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FAA Deal With Controllers On Fatigue Could Allow Naps During Breaks
U.S. air traffic controllers can request leave if they are too tired to work and might be allowed to take naps during work breaks, under an agreement the FAA and National Air Traffic Controllers Association announced July 1. The agreement follows incidents in which controllers fell asleep on overnight shifts.