Plan to cut staffing roils air traffic controllers

Air traffic controllers oppose the Federal Aviation Administration's efforts to cut the number of controllers. They are also concerned about salary caps, lower pay for new employees and less flexibility for vacation and sick leave. The FAA imposed the changes earlier this month after declaring an impasse with the union representing the controllers. Controller staffing may come up today at a House subcommittee on Aviation Transportation and Infrastructure hearing.

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