The National Air Traffic Controllers Association is calling on FAA’s Randy Babbitt to address fatigue among its members with recommendations it says have been avoided by previous administrators. Union President Paul Rinaldi, while applauding the agency’s recent decision to eliminate single staffing on midnight shifts, says all current measures to resolve a series of highly publicized incidents involving sleeping air traffic controllers “barely scratch the surface of the problem.” ...

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