Several dozen groups representing a broad swath of the US aviation on Jan. 10 issued the most comprehensive warning yet of the rising “human and economic consequences” to aviation from the ongoing partial US government shutdown, now in its 20th day. In a letter to Congress and the White House, the coalition of airlines, airports, pilots and manufacturers said FAA employees are bearing an “unsustainable and unfair” burden and that operations ranging from ...

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