Shutdown Blamed For Delaying Flights Into LaGuardia Airport

Credit: LaGuardia Airport: Patrick Handrigan
The FAA on Jan. 25 ordered a ground delay for flights destined for New York LaGuardia Airport (LGA) due to an uptick in air traffic controllers calling in sick at a distant en route center, apparently because of the ongoing U.S. government shutdown. The disruption came amid news that President...

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