Sequestration cuts could mean lost airport shifts, closed air-traffic-control centers, and frustration for frequent travelers such as those flying for business, say experts. Airlines are likely to respond to cuts by trimming flights in secondary markets to shield large, profitable hubs from hits, say experts.
Airlines brace for sequester cuts, closures, chaos
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