Airports Could Lose Air Traffic Controllers in Sequester Cuts - NBC Southern California

    Airports Could Lose Air Traffic Controllers in Sequester Cuts

    If the looming sequester takes effect on Friday, traveling through LAX and other local airports may get even more challenging. Air traffic controllers will be among those feeling the financial pinch of the potential cuts, which means more delays. Ted Chen reports from Santa Monica for the NBC4 News at 5 p.m. on February 27, 2013. (Published Wednesday, Feb 27, 2013) If the looming sequester takes effect on Friday, traveling through LAX and other local airports may get even more challenging. See More