All posts for the month January, 2012

Living in Limbo Land

By Jane Calderwood “I’m waiting for courage Cause I’m stuck Limbo limbo limbo Cause I’m stuck in limbo limbo And I ain’t trying to be stuck no more!” (JoJo “Limbo“) It is time once again for a lesson in Washington math: 22 extensions + 14 day FAA Shutdown + 9 years since the last FAA […]

Airports Applaud U.S.-Canada Efforts to Improve Facilitation and Security at Border

By Morgan Dye Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) today submitted comments in response to the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Request for Public Comments regarding “U.S.-Canada Action Plan for Perimeter Security and Economic Competiveness”. In the filed comments, ACI-NA applauded the plan announced on December 7, 2011 by President Obama and Prime Minister […]

Give the FAA 2 Years, Not 2 Months

On Tuesday, ACI-NA President Greg Principato posted the following commentary on the National Journal’s Transportation blog as part of a discussion on the next round of FAA extensions: When Congress returns to Washington later this month – the House will be in session for a total of 6 days, the Senate for 7 – the […]

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