The air traffic control system in the U.S. could suffer if a piece of equipment breaks, as the employees who perform maintenance are furloughed. "With fewer FAA employees on the job, some non-critical inspections, registrations and certifications will take longer," said Jean Medina, spokeswoman at Airlines for America.
Air traffic control system could suffer from furloughs
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