When it comes to hyperventilation about the looming “fiscal cliff,” the airlines have been relatively quiet. Over the summer, the AIA brought together executives from airports and business aviation, aviation safety advocates and former Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta to outline the potential damage that sequestration would wreak on the FAA. The aviation safety agency could lose 1,500 air traffic controllers, safety inspectors and delay the NextGen modernization of the air traffic ...

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