Audit Warns FAA To Update Cost Of NATCA Agreement

The estimated $669 million cost of the FAA’s bargaining agreement with air traffic controllers in 2009 may need an update to avoid increases that have plagued the administration in the past, the U.S. Department of Transportation Inspector General audit warns. The findings drew a response from the...

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