Watchdog: Inefficient Towers Costing FAA More than $100 Million Annually

Credit: FAA
Inefficiencies at 126 stand-alone control towers have cost the FAA an average of $142 million per year from 2008-13, according to the U.S. Transportation Department’s Office of Inspector General (OIG). In a final report released Aug. 20, the watchdog recommends the agency “identify the factors...

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