US FAA Air Traffic Organization COO Hank Krakowski resigned Thursday as the agency conducts a "top to bottom review" of the way it operates the ATC system in the wake of several embarrassing incidents involving controllers who were sleeping on the job (ATW Daily News, April 14). Krakowski took over leadership of ATO in 2007 after spending nearly 30 years at United Airlines. His final position there was VP of Flight Operations. Prior to that, he was VP of Corporate Safety, ...

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