BRADENTON, Fla. — A North Carolina judge has bounced the dispute over who governs Charlotte Douglas International Airport back to the Federal Aviation Administration.

Mecklenburg County Superior Court Judge Robert Ervin said at a hearing Nov. 1 that the FAA must determine if a 13-member airport commission created by the Legislature early this year is qualified to operate the airport, according to the Charlotte Observer.

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