As if the aviation scene here in the U.S. hasn’t already experienced its share of sequester-related cuts (think Blue Angels and Thunderbirds), the Federal Aviation Administration has some of its own: today it released the highly anticipated list of airport tower closures. Robert Goyer at Flying Magazine posted an excellent story, along with the complete list, about this disappointing development here.
Mar 22, 2013 No Comments
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