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The head of the American air traffic control system retires










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Teri Bristol, chief operating officer of the FAA’s air traffic organization.

Credit: Bill Carey

Teri Bristol, the top federal executive responsible for running the US air traffic control (ATC) system, will retire at the end of February, FAA Administrator Steve Dickson announced. Since 2014, Bristol has served as Chief Operating Officer of the FAA’s Air Traffic Organization (ATO), which…

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