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Government Shutdown Leads To Travel Delays With Staffing Shortages At The FAA

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Published on January 25, 2019 - Duration: 00:38s

Government Shutdown Leads To Travel Delays With Staffing Shortages At The FAA

According to a report by Business Insider, the government shutdown is starting to have a real impact on travel throughout the country, with staffing shortages at the Federal Aviation Administration, the country's top air traffic regulator, causing delays at major US airports.

Federal workers deemed essential, like air traffic controllers and TSA security screeners, have been working without pay for 35 days, as the government shutdown stretches into its second month.

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Government Shutdown Leads To Travel Delays With Staffing Shortages At The FAA

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