FAA outlines requirements for Charlotte airport

07/30/2013 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

The Federal Aviation Administration outlined requirements for the Charlotte Douglas International Airport in a letter to the city. The state recently passed a bill to create an airport commission to run the airport, which would still be owned by the city. "At this point, given the complexity of the bill and the issues it addresses, we must wait for the courts to weigh in before we decide our course of action," said Charlotte Mayor Patsy Kinsey.

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