- It's still safe to fly. But maybe not, if the shutdown drags on CNN
- F.A.A. Unions Highlight Potential Risks to Air Safety From Shutdown New York Times
- Air traffic controllers get their first shutdown pay stub: $0.00 Washington Post
- TSA Workers Are Now Quitting Because of the Government Shutdown, Union Says Money Magazine
- Shutdown: T.S.A. Agents Refuse to Work, Raising Fears of Airport Turmoil New York Times
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Is air travel as safe as usual during the shutdown? Aviation experts say yes -- for now.
The labor movement is pressing the government to get federal employees back to work, and is highlighting ways in which basic services could be compromised.
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Airport security screeners are opting out in rising numbers during the partial shutdown of the government and their absence is starting to put a strain on airports.