The FAA is under pressure from lawmakers and government inspectors to provide the specifics of its plan to consolidate facilities during the transition to the NextGen air traffic modernization system. The realignment of more than 400 air traffic control facilities is a key aspect of the system. But a plan proposed by the FAA in November 2011 to consolidate en route and air traffic control centers into larger, integrated facilities over the next two decades is not aligned with other FAA ...
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