D.C. Airport Agency Head to Retire in April

Ferris, Craig T.
February 2003
Bond Buyer;2/6/2003, Vol. 343 Issue 31568, p28
Trade Publication
Reports on the retirement of James A. Wilding as president and chief executive officer of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority by the end of April 2003. Achievements of Wilding in his aviation career.


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