EAA reluctantly agrees to pay FAA for air traffic control services

The Experimental Aircraft Association signed a one-time agreement to pay for the air traffic controllers needed for AirVenture. "As far as we're concerned, this isn't over," said EAA Chairman Jack Pelton. "We entered this agreement only because there was no other realistic choice to preserve aviation's largest annual gathering. We also look forward to FAA's leadership coming to Oshkosh this year to personally explain their policy to the nation's aviators."

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