By Paul Rinaldi, President, the National Air Traffic Controllers Association Many people dismiss the effects of a government shutdown on the air traffic control system because controllers continue to work. But this is not the whole picture. No one should be under the illusion that it is business as usual for air traffic control under a shutdown. The air traffic control environment can be likened to a hospital’s operating room. In this scenario, the air traffic controllers are the ...
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