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Teri Bristol Named FAA Air Traffic Organization COO

Federal aviation logoTeri Bristol, a 21-year veteran of the Federal Aviation Administration, has been named the Air Traffic Organization’s chief operating officer after serving in an acting capacity since December, AINonline reported Monday.

Bristol, who served as deputy COO before succeeding former COO David Grizzle after his departure, will oversee at least 32,000 employees involved in air traffic control operations, Bill Carey writes.

Bristol has held other leadership positions during her years in the FAA including technical operations vice president, ATO service center vice president, terminal mission support director, terminal program operations director and director for terminal air traffic operations in the western service area.

Her appointment as COO was announced in an email by Administrator Michael Huerta.

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