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- Clay Foushee Aviation consultant; partner and director of government affairs at Zuckert, Scoutt & Rasenberger, L.L.P.; formerly vice president at Northwest Airlines, for both flight operations and regulatory affairs
- Del Quentin Wilber National aviation reporter, "The Washington Post"
- Robert W. Mann, Jr. Independent airline analyst and consultant; principal, R.W. Mann & Company, Inc.; former executive at American Airlines, Pan Am, TWA and Tower Air.
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