Ohio airport's air traffic controllers to stay onsite

03/30/2010 | WHIO-TV (Ohio)

The Federal Aviation Administration had been planning to relocate Ohio air traffic controllers from Dayton International Airport to Columbus, but the FAA reauthorization bill prevents the move. "It's good news for Dayton because any change made in Dayton will be made by the people in Dayton, the passengers, pilots, controllers who know Dayton best," said Alex Caldwell of the National Air Traffic Controller's Union.

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