FAMS Seeks Scheduling Harmony With Armed Pilots

Credit: TSA
WASHINGTON—The Federal Air Marshal Service (FAMS) is looking to revamp its 15-year-old scheduling system to better optimize air marshal resources when an armed pilot is on the flight deck. “I want to be able to cover more flights that are high risk,” said Eric Sarandrea, deputy assistant...

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