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 US ATC system in the wake of several embarrassing incidents involving controllers, including unresponsive controllers who apparently were asleep on the job (ATW Daily News, April 14). FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt said in a statement that he accepted Krakowski's resignation at a Thursday morning meeting. FAA Chief Counsel David ...

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