FAA to push back closing of air-traffic control towers

The Federal Aviation Administration announced last week the agency would delay its plans to close 149 air-traffic control towers until June 15. "Safety is our top priority," said Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood in a statement. "We will use this additional time to make sure communities and pilots understand the changes at their local airports."

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