Patrick Forrey

President, National Air Traffic Controllers' Association

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Patrick Forrey on KCRW

In a study of America's airline industry, the General Accountability Office of Congress—the GAO—reports no collisions on airport runways since 1990.

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In a study of America's airline industry, the General Accountability Office of Congress—the GAO—reports no collisions on airport runways since 1990.

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