The future of small airports, conditions for private fliers and safety are all concerns of central Illinois lawmakers amid a proposal by President Donald Trump to transform the Federal Aviation Administration into a public-private partnership. "My concern is what happens to smaller towns that are not heavily populated, that already struggle to make sure we have the flights we need to get to the places we want to go," said US Rep. Cheri Bustos of Moline, Ill.
Ill. lawmakers concerned about proposed FAA changes
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