Shutdown not expected to affect flight operations

10/1/2013 | USA Today

Airlines for America Senior Vice President Jean Medina said the Federal Aviation Administration, the Transportation Security Administration and Customs and Border Protection have all advised the U.S. airlines that a government shutdown should not affect air travel, as their key front-line employees, such as air traffic controllers and security screeners, will remain on the job. "At this point, we do not expect airline operations to be impacted," Medina said.

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