National Air Traffic Controllers Assn. yesterday said it "accept[ed]" FAA's "public offer to return to the contract bargaining table." According to NATCA President Jonathan Carr, "FAA's official spokesperson" offered to resume negotiations "in a published account on April 17" on the website avweb.com. In a counterstatement issued yesterday, however, the agency said that it "remains at an impasse in its contract negotiations." FAA declared the impasse two weeks ago, claiming that ...

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