White House spokesman Jay Carney on Tuesday said that President Barack Obama's administration was open to ideas from Congress about how to "alleviate the challenges that sequester has caused for the FAA and for American travelers." However, he said legislation aimed at mitigating budget issues in the industry would just be a "Band-Aid fix," noting that the president still wants a "balanced" approach to the budget that includes tax increases and spending cuts.

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