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The government's program to modernize the nation's air traffic control system has run into serious problems that threaten to increase its cost and delay its completion, a government watchdog said.
The government is changing air traffic controllers' work schedules most likely to cause fatigue following another incident in which a controller fell asleep while on duty, this time at a radar center in Miami, the Federal Aviation Administration said Saturday.
The head of the Federal Aviation Administration said Thursday the agency's top official overseeing the nation's air traffic system has resigned following disclosures of controllers falling asleep on the job.