Federal Aviation Administration Administrator Steve Dickson, who was appointed by former President Trump in 2019, has announced his resignation.
Originally appointed to a 5-year terms in the wake of two crashes of the Boeing 737 MAX jet.
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Current boss, Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg praised Dickson commending his, “steadfast commitment to the FAA’s safety mission.”
Dickson revealed that he was stepping down for personal reasons and that it was, “time to devote my full time and attention to,” family.
Mr. Dickson was previously an executive for Delta Airlines and is said to be returning to his home in Georgia near the Atlanta based airline.
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Challenges faced during his tenure were federal mask mandates, unruly passengers, and the safety issues posed from Boeing when he took the helm.