Huerta Tells Subcommittee Targeted Furloughs Are Counterproductive

The FAA considered targeted controller furloughs to mitigate delays at the country’s busiest airports, but decided it would make little difference from broader furloughs and could poison the work environment, says the agency’s Administrator Michael Huerta says. “We came to the conclusion that the...

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