Former Airline Pilot Elwell Named Acting Administrator of FAA

The five-year term of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) administrator Michael Huerta came to an end last week, and Dan Elwell, Huerta’s deputy administrator since June of 2017, is now serving as acting head of the agency. Huerta, who took over as acting director of the FAA in December 2011 and …

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