Air Travel en Air Traffic Controllers Back to Work <p>Lawmakers in the region are divided over a measure to give more flexibility to the FAA while leaving strict spending requirements in place for other parts of the government.</p><p>Airport delays caused by the sequester may soon be a thing of the past. &nbsp;The legislation gives the FAA flexibility so air traffic controllers can get back to work.</p><p>Critics say those budget cuts only impact a small minority of the public, like business people and lawmakers themselves, while other parts of sequestration are hitting more vulnerable populations, like low income school children.</p> Sun, 28 Apr 2013 18:28:23 +0000 Matt Laslo 3549 at Air Traffic Controllers Back to Work