Jack Pelton for FAA administrator?
An informal reader poll by Aviation International News online selected former Cessna Aircraft CEO Jack Pelton to be the next Federal Aviation administrator.
AINonline readers chose Pelton by a margin of 46 percent, or 89 votes.
Second was Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger, the US Airways captain who ditched an Airbus A320 in the Hudson River, followed by Deborah Hersman, current chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board.
Readers also voted for Tom Poberezny, former Experimental Aircraft Association president; Michael Huerta, former Deputy and now acting FAA administrator; Donald Trump, businessman and Arnold Schwarzennegger, former governor of California and actor. Rush Limbaugh, radio talk-show and conservative commentator, received one write-in vote.