US FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt and US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood on Sunday announced changes to air traffic controller scheduling practices giving controllers “more time for rest between shifts,” as yet another air traffic controller was suspended Saturday for falling asleep while on duty during the midnight shift at the Miami Air Route Traffic Control Center. The controller “did not miss any calls from aircraft and there was no operational impact,” ...

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