FAA may consider furloughing controllers again

09/18/2013 | Bloomberg

Sources say the Federal Aviation Administration may again consider furloughing some employees, including air-traffic controllers, due to ongoing budget cuts. AOPA is urging the FAA to minimize cuts to weather stations and other services used by general aviation. "We’re in for some pretty tough times," said Melissa Rudinger, AOPA's senior vice president for government affairs. "Certainly we anticipate something similar to earlier this year."

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