FAA reverses decision on airport tower night shifts

Some 72 airport control towers still will have employees working overnight, the Federal Aviation Administration says, reversing a decision to close the facilities to save money. It's not yet clear whether the FAA also will keep open smaller-airport towers where the work is performed by contractors. The FAA is trying to cut $637 million from its budget due to sequestration.

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