The FAA is introducing new scheduling rules for air traffic controllers as the latest step in its response to revelations of controllers falling asleep on the job. The new requirements have been put in place, and will be in effect by the end of the week. They generally tighten rules that govern controller scheduling, and reduce controllers’ flexibility in altering schedules. Multiple examples of controllers sleeping while on duty have surfaced in recent weeks to the embarrassment of ...

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