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The shifting of sequester cuts at the Federal Aviation Administration will allow air traffic controllers to return to work at full force, alleviating a week of frustration for travelers. With fewer controllers because of the mandatory furloughs, departures had to be spaced out more, leading to long waits on the runway at many airports.

The shifting of sequester cuts at the Federal Aviation Administration will allow air traffic controllers to return to work at full force, alleviating a week of frustration for travelers. With fewer controllers because of the mandatory furloughs, departures had to be spaced out more, leading to long waits on the runway at many airports.

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