FAA’s Victoria Cox: ‘We ain’t seen nothing yet’

FAA Senior Vice President for NextGen Victoria Cox has an editorial in the Fredericksburg (VA) Free Lance-Star newspaper.

The technology of NextGen is not our greatest challenge. Marshalling the support–including financial resources–necessary to build and implement NextGen is. Virtually everyone seems to agree that we need to do something to address the congestion and delay problems, but not everyone is on board when it comes to doing what is necessary to make NextGen happen.

But, as we all know, we can’t keep doing the same thing and expect different results. And if we think congestion and delays are bad now, as a popular song of the mid-1970s so aptly put it, we ain’t seen nothing yet.

Fredericksburg is about 50 miles south of Washington, so this appears to be an unusual way to target certain beltway insiders.
Oh — one hates to quibble about this sort of thing, but we remember the Bachman Turner Overdrive song as “You ain’t seen nothing yet” …


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