Scarcely had the sound of 2000 departing business jets faded after Super Bowl 50, than NFL team executives began preparing for next season. The skills required to win on the field are quite different from those needed to manage a successful front office, much as superior flying skills are quite different from those required to manage an entire flight department. In “Set Up for Success,” Pete Agur describes how to ensure your best pilots can become successful aviation managers. In “The Real 411 on 4111,” Congressman Mike Pompeo details why management of the U.S. Air Traffic Control (ATC) system is best left in the hands of FAA professionals – for much the same reason.
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