FAA targets Oct. 13 for re-opening of fire-damaged Chicago ATC facility

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FAA is aiming to have the Chicago Air Route Traffic Control Center in Aurora, Illinois operational by Oct. 13 following a Sept. 26 fire at the facility. The agency is deploying alternate methods to keep a moderate level of air traffic flowing to/from Chicago’s airports, but hundreds of flights were...

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