FAA weighs into Chicago airports debate

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Acting FAA Administrator, Robert Sturgell, has stirred up the debate about the future for Chicago’s air transport provision by stating that the city-region needs a new airport, or a significant expansion of one of its existing facilities - an idea rejected by The City’s Mayor Daley last week.

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