BREAKING FAA has halted some flights to Laguardia due to a shortage of air-traffic controllers

 

BREAKING: A ground stop has been ordered at LaGuardia Airport in New York City due to staffing-related issues, the FAA announced. Air traffic controllers and airport security agents continue to work without pay. They miss a second biweekly paycheck today. High absentee rates raise the threat of long airport lines, or worse.

Publiée par WNDU sur Vendredi 25 janvier 2019

The FAA announcement that it halted flights into LaGuardia Airport due to air traffic control staffing shortages came the day after airline executives warned the shutdown is pushing the U.S. Aviation system to the “tipping point.”

There is a Traffic Management Program in effect for traffic arriving La Guardia Airport, New York, NY (LGA). This is causing some arriving flights to be delayed an average of 41 minutes.

Traffic is experiencing Gate Hold and Taxi delays between 30 minutes and 44 minutes.

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