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NATCA is planning to distribute leaflets at as many as 50 airports to highlight the ramifications of the shutdown.
The union representing FAA air traffic controllers filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government for non-payment of wages due to the ongoing shutdown.
Air traffic control capacity shortages, staffing issues, and industrial action caused a sharp rise in 2018 flight delays.
A trial of reduced separation standards in the North Atlantic Track is scheduled to start on or after March 28.
The Singapore and Malaysia governments have agreed to take reciprocal actions to ease the airspace dispute around Singapore Seletar Airport.
Malaysia has permanently restricted airspace over Pasir Gudang, Johor, near the ILS approach path of Singapore Seletar Airport.
Air traffic officials hope to avoid a repeat of a Falcon Jet off-runway landing in January 2018.
The TFR would have lasted 16 days and imposed expansive restrictions on operations in the Palm Beach, Florida area.
The FAA is replacing dozens of existing air traffic procedures with more efficient satellite-based routes.
Malaysia plans to reclaim control of airspace over Jahor state starting in 2019.