FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt said July 27 that operational errors numbers are up this year, but that’s a good thing since it reflects positive results of the new system that protects controllers from punishment if they report their own mistakes. The FAA says this has generated data that can lead to safety improvements. Statistics show flying remains the safest way to travel in the United States.
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