As the FAA’s furlough of air traffic controllers entered its second day, the National Air Traffic Controllers Association took the opportunity to call for the agency to reverse its cost-cutting decision. “Even with the hard work and dedication of controllers forced to cover for their furloughed colleagues, delays are expected to worsen throughout the week,” the association said. “Rather than allowing the world’s safest and most efficient national airspace system to slowly degrade, steps ...
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