A drop in air traffic has led the federal government to propose reducing the number of Federal Aviation Administration air traffic controllers at Lambert Airport in St. Louis. Lambert has suffered a decline in air traffic ever since American Airlines cut its flight schedule in half in 2003, after it took over TWA. There are 37 air traffic controllers at Lambert now. It would be reduced to 28 under the FAA plan.
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