Flight delays pile up today after FAA budget cuts
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In a letter to the FAA Friday, Delta’s general counsel Ben Hirst asked the agency to reconsider the furloughs, saying it could make the cuts elsewhere and could transfer funds from "non-safety activities" to support the FAA’s "core mission of efficiently managing the nation’s airspace."
With reports from Joan Lowy in Washington and Christopher Weber in Los Angeles.
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