LI aviation jobs at stake under new plan
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Long Island could lose 952 aviation jobs, most of them paying an average annual salary of more than $100,000, if federal officials move regional air traffic control operations elsewhere in New York or to New Jersey.
The Federal Aviation Administration plans to build a $95 million air traffic control facility within 150 miles of New York City. It will house hundreds of air traffic controllers...