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Airports bracing for cutbacks - Albany Times Union

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Airports bracing for cutbacks
Albany Times Union
Albany International Airport's control tower is one of dozens that would no longer have a midnight shift, under plans by the Federal Aviation Administration to deal with the cut in funds.
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The Scan - New TSA Pre-check airports, Greyhound goes Big ...

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New TSA Pre-check airports, eRevMax expands, cameras go Greyhound, AirAsia lands in India and new jobs all make our shortlist in the Scan for February 22, 2013.
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Chicago looks to boost travel through airports - Northwest Herald

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CBS2 Chicago Chicago looks to boost travel through airports Northwest Herald CHICAGO – The organization created to boost Chicago tourism is getting an additional $5 million to promote access to the city through O'Hare and Midway international...
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Control towers at some small airports could close - Atlanta Journal Constitution

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Control towers at some small airports could close
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Federal Spending Cuts Threaten Delays in Air Travel (AIRPORTS)

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Airlines and airports are preparing for across-the-board federal budget cuts as if they were a hurricane, with takeoff delays and slower security lines possible.

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Shirley de Silva's curator insight, February 22, 2013 8:46 PM

There could also be longer security lines at airports because of anticipated furloughs of Transportation Security Administration workers. In addition, deplaning from international flights could be slower because Customs and Border Protection agents are expected to work fewer hours