WASHINGTON—FAA is recalling aviation safety inspectors and engineers to work without pay during the ongoing shutdown of U.S. government agencies. FAA said it anticipates 2,200 inspectors and engineers will return to work by Jan. 18. Overall plans call for recalling 3,113 people employed by the agency’s Aviation Safety Organization, but a breakdown of positions was not available. “We are recalling inspectors and engineers to perform duties to ensure continuous operational ...

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