A4A members not planning to cancel/suspend flights due to FAA tower closures

03/24/2013 | Bloomberg Businessweek · Forbes

The Federal Aviation Administration has reduced the number of airport towers it plans to close from 173 to 149. Following the announcement, Airlines for America Senior Vice President Jean Medina said airlines have no plans to cancel or suspend flights, noting that "extensive and long-standing guidance, procedures and training" allows airlines to operate into airports without an operating control tower.

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