FAA says although it only received three-quarters of the amount it requested as part of the supplemental appropriations process, it would not have to furlough any controllers. The agency said it needed $100 million in extra funding to meet a shortfall in its air traffic services budget, without which it would have to furlough controllers for a few days. However, congressional appropriators granted only $75 million in the final version of the supplemental bill. FAA Air Traffic Service ...
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