Kick off your shoes and remove your laptop, air traffic control is back in business. After Congress voted Friday to end the sequester-caused furloughs that led to thousands of delayed flights and fuming passengers this week, the Federal Aviation Administration made it official Saturday. Officials from the FAA announced they would be suspending the unpaid vacations—effective immediately—thereby returning air traffic facilities to their normal staffing levels. Regular operations will be back up by Sunday evening. Now we only have the usual delays to worry about.