Report: ATC contract to cost FAA nearly $670M

08/21/2009 | AviationWeek.com

Sources say a new contract with air traffic controllers will cost the FAA an extra $669 million over three years, with most of the raises kicking in during years two and three. The contract reportedly calls for less than $100 million in additional salaries for fiscal 2010, though those funds are not included in the FAA's current budget.

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