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As your NASAO staff communicated yesterday, the FAA released the ASSET 2 study on Thursday, March 20th. Ben De Leon, FAA’s Acting Associate Administrator for Airports, briefed the core group of stakeholders, including NASAO’s Vic Bird (Oklahoma), David Greene (Wisconsin) and Dr. John Eagerton (Alabama), who participated in the study, on Friday morning. Later, on Friday afternoon, Mr. De Leon agreed to a telecon with NASAO members to discuss the ASSET II program as well. More than thirty five states participated. You can read the Executive Summary and access information on ASSET 2 on the FAA website. You can also see FAA’s Airport Disposition by State at: Airport Dispostion

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