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www.wmfd.com - The Federal Aviation Administration loosens up on forced spending cuts, as the Obama Administration says it has decided not to close air traffic control towers all over the country. }}" />

   
 
 
Air Traffic Control Towers Will Remain Open

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  Original Published: 5/13/2013  The Federal Aviation Administration loosens up on forced spending cuts.   The Obama Administration says it has decided not to close air traffic control towers all over the country.   The decision comes two weeks after Congress granted flexibility for dealing with those budget cuts.   The 149 contractor-run air traffic control towers will stay in business.   The FAA has already ended controller furloughs and many other austerity measures in France.
   
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