US NTSB this week sent recommendations regarding rest for air traffic controllers to both FAA and the National Air Traffic Controllers Assn. in response to its continuing investigation into last August's Comair CRJ100 crash at Lexington's Blue Grass Airport in addition to "four other incidents that provide clear and compelling evidence that controllers are sometimes operating in a state of fatigue because of their work schedules and poorly managed utilization of rest periods between shifts ...

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