US Dept. of Transportation Inspector General this week said FAA's process for selecting and placing newly hired air traffic controllers "does not sufficiently evaluate candidates' aptitudes," resulting in the placement of new controllers, "many of which have no prior air traffic control experience," at "some of the busiest air traffic control facilities with little consideration of whether they have the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to become certified controllers at those ...
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