US National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) president Paul Rinaldi warned Wednesday that FAA budget uncertainty was not good for the long-term safety of America’s national airspace system. Speaking at the Aero Club in Washington DC, Rinaldi attacked the potentially irreversible negative impacts that sequestration—mandatory and automatic federal cost cuts—will have on the nation’s aviation system and economy if Congress does not act to avert ...

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