FAA inspectors and systems specialists are still sorting out where services may be fully scaled back as they prepare for rolling furloughs set to take effect April 21 under sequestration. But they do know that the cuts will be significant and have a ripple effect once in place. Along with shuttering contract towers and furloughing controller staff, thousands of FAA inspectors and systems specialists who maintain the air traffic control system are facing shortened weeks of up to 11 days ...
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