Government Shutdown Stops Training at FAA’s ATC Academy

Credit: FAA
WASHINGTON—The partial shutdown of the U.S. government has caused the FAA to close its air traffic controller academy in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, delaying controller training during a staffing shortage. The shutdown that began Dec. 22 over security wall funding sought by President Donald Trump on...

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