U.S. airlines are beginning to feel ripple effects from the partial government shutdown in everything from fleet plans to passenger numbers, although executives are downplaying the likelihood of a long-term impact, placing their hopes on a near-term resolution. But some industry stakeholders are leaving nothing to chance, making moves to mitigate the fallout from a prolonged political stalemate.  The FAA is recalling aviation safety inspectors and engineers to work without pay, joining ...

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