WASHINGTON—FAA is implementing a new controller staffing policy after a tower controller became incapacitated while working the midnight shift at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas. Major airport towers no longer will be able to combine controller responsibilities to one position prior to midnight and 90 minutes after the start of the shift, allowing another controller to go on break, FAA said Nov. 9. The Las Vegas tower controller was removed from the facility after being ...

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