FAA Chief Dismisses Sleep Breaks As Solution To Fatigue Incidents

FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt is dismissing calls to allow controllers to sleep during shifts to mitigate the effects of fatigue. The agency is currently reviewing 12 recommendations to offset fatigue proposed by the National Air Traffic Controllers Association that include breaks of up to 2.5...

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