Are the Aviation Associations Equipped to Properly Fight The Move to ATC Privatization?
An Aero-News Network Survey of the GA community, gauging the general consensus among GA, about whether or not today's aviation associations may be equipped to fight the move towards ATC Privatization... and who may be the most effective in the fight for GA Survival. Email addresses are being requested so that we may respond with resulting info, and all personal info will remain anonymous...
Are The GA and Bizav Groups Ready to Fight ATC Privatization?
By and Large, Yes
Yes... BUT, They're Going To Have Upgrade Their 'Game'
Probably Not... But They Can Fix This If They Get On It ASAP
NO... and That Means SERIOUS Trouble For GA
If The GA/BizAv Associations Are Really Not Ready For This Fight... Why Not?
The Airlines Will Outspend and Out-Hype Them
It's Going To Be TOO Costly
The Fix Is In.. The Airlines Own The Politicians... WE Can't Win
The Associations Just Aren't Equipped For This Level of Opposition
Association Expertise, Assets and Staffing Have Declined... and Are Simply Not Up To This Fight
The Associations Will NOT Work Together and Will Each Wage Their Own Losing Fight Rather Than Pooling Talent, Assets, Resources and Ideas
Which Of The Prominent GA/BizAv Associations Seems Best Equipped to Fight Off ATC Privatization... and the Airlines?
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