Equipment Maintainers Among Those Affected by Shutdown

Credit: Bill Carey
WASHINGTON—FAA technicians who are not being paid during the U.S. government shutdown maintain the communications, navigation and surveillance equipment that air traffic controllers—also unpaid—rely on to safely separate air traffic. Radios, radars, instrument landing system (ILS) installations, air...

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