Should air traffic controllers be fired?
An Federal Aviation Administration air traffic controller and supervisor are under investigation for allowing a young child to direct flights at John F. Kennedy International Airport on Feb. 17.
The child communicated with at least five pilots, clearing some of the flights for takeoff, the agency said. Read the full article.
March 3, 2010; 11:00 AM ET
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