American Airlines jets park at Terminal C at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, March 26, 2015. The former CEO of American Airlines, Bob Crandall, supports legislation that would privatize the nation’s air traffic controllers.
American Airlines jets park at Terminal C at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, March 26, 2015. The former CEO of American Airlines, Bob Crandall, supports legislation that would privatize the nation’s air traffic controllers. Rodger Mallison Star-Telegram
American Airlines jets park at Terminal C at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, March 26, 2015. The former CEO of American Airlines, Bob Crandall, supports legislation that would privatize the nation’s air traffic controllers. Rodger Mallison Star-Telegram

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