Furloughs could affect Alaska's aviation industry

05/20/2013 | AlaskaDispatch.com

Federal Aviation Administration personnel say staffing changes at Alaska's air traffic control towers won't happen because there are so few towers coupled with heavy reliance on aviation. Colleen Mondor, a former dispatcher in the state, said that National Weather Service furloughs, however, represent a concern. "Because so many aspects of Alaska aviation depend upon National Weather Service analysis of data, the impact of sequestration on the agency staffing demands close scrutiny by pilots," writes Mondor.

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