The National Air Traffic Controllers Assn. is "deeply dissatisfied" with the outcome of the US National Transportation Safety Board's investigation into the Aug. 27, 2006, crash of a Comair CRJ200 in Lexington, Ky., (ATWOnline, July 27), saying FAA was not sufficiently criticized or blamed for failing to schedule two controllers the morning of the flight. A single controller was on duty at the time of the accident and had turned away from the window to handle paperwork when the CRJ taxied ...

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