FAA to Reduce Service at Select Airports ... ?

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AVweb has obtained a list of 48 airports that could see reduced service or even off-peak tower closures as the FAA tries to put staff where it says it needs it and save money on airports that now have 24-hour controller services but see little or no traffic during certain time periods.

Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton

Abilene

Atlantic City

Albany County

Wilkes-Barre-Scranton

Bangor

Birmingham

Billings

Boise

Buffalo

Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena

Columbia Metropolitan (CAE)

Akron-Canton

Charleston AFB (CHS)

City of Colorado Springs

Yeager (CRW)

Duluth International

Dupage (DPA)

Des Moines

El Paso

Fairbanks

Fresno

Fayetteville Regional (FAY)

Fort Wayne (FWA)

Fort Lauderdale Executive

Spokane

Piedmont Triad (GSO)

Tri-State Milton J. Ferguson (HTS)

Hulman Regional (HUF)

Capital City (Lansing)

Lubbock

Blue Grass (LEX)

Harrisburg International

Manchester (MHT)

Eppley Airfield (OMA)

Greater Peoria Regional (PIA)

Reno Cannon (RNO)

Roanoke Regional (ROA)

Greater Rochester (ROC)

Springfield (SGF)

Shreveport Regional (SHV)

San Juan (SJU)

Syracuse

Toledo

Tucson

McGhee Tyson (TYS)

Willow Run (YIP) Michigan

Youngstown (YNG)