The FAA has released its three-part phase in period for closing federal contract towers. On April 7, 24 contract towers will close, followed by 46 on April 21, and the remaining 79 on May 5. The FAA is closing the towers based on activity levels, with the first to close having fewer than 1,000 commercial operations in fiscal year 2012. The second group had fewer than 2,500 commercial operations.
March, AOPA President Craig Fuller warned FAA Administrator Michael Huerta
that the “cuts will have unacceptable consequences for the nation and the flying
community.” Read more...
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