NTSB Blames Controllers In 2015 Collisions

Credit: NTSB
WASHINGTON—The NTSB has determined that air traffic controllers failed to safely separate aircraft involved in two fatal 2015 midair collisions—one near Charleston, South Carolina, in July and another near San Diego in August—and that electronic safety aids, increasingly available but not used in...

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