With the next round of sequester cuts expected in October, executives in the air travel industry are concerned that the cuts could cause air traffic control personnel furloughs and flight delays for air travelers. "I'm glad it was rectified quickly last year but that created a big headache for a lot of our customers, and is not something that we want to repeat again," said John Rainey, United's chief financial officer.
Execs worried cuts may cause delays, affect air traffic control
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