FAA Plan To Recall Furloughed Inspectors Murky
The FAA's furloughing of its 3,000-strong flight-standards inspector workforce caught many by surprise, given that most inspectors were kept on the job during government shutdowns in the 1990s. The agency says it will recall inspectors on an as-needed basis and could ultimately bring back most of...
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