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Civil Aeronautics Board Goes Out of Bus. #88442

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 31, 1984
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(Studio) End of Civil Aeronautics Board noted to come with end of year
REPORTER: Steve Bell

(DC) [Civil Aeronautics Board chairperson Dan McKINNON - declares Civil Aeronautics Board closed forever.] Marine bugler noted playing as closing takes place. History of Civil Aeronautics Board and its activity given; deregulation of airlines noted reason for its demise. Effect of Civil Aeronautics Board closing on airlines, ticket agents and consumers outlined. Survival of some Civil Aeronautics Board rules, now turned over to Department of Transportation, noted. Former President Jimmy Carter, not President Reagan, said one who signed law ending CAB; Reagan's attitude toward Civil Aeronautics Board noted.
REPORTER: Bettina Gregory

Bell, Steve;
Gregory, Bettina

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