US FAA on Friday made more air traffic control management changes as part of its ongoing review of the country's ATC system in the aftermath of several embarrassing incidents in which controllers  were found to be sleeping on the job. The agency said Air Traffic Organization veterans Walt Cochran and Chris Metts, respectively, will assume oversight of Terminal Operations (responsible for all FAA airport towers and TRACONS) and En Route and Oceanic Operations. In addition, ...

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