The Federal Aviation Administration says the 149 air-traffic control towers scheduled to close in June will stay open through the end of the fiscal year in September. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said there is enough money in the FAA budget to keep the towers open after Congress passed a bill to end furloughs of air-traffic controllers by allowing the agency to shift money in its budget.
Air-traffic control towers will stay open, FAA says
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