The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Thursday it was taking steps to improve its air traffic control operations after a series of near-miss incidents raised questions about U.S. aviation safety. "There is no question that we are seeing too many close calls," FAA Air Traffic Organization Chief Operating Officer Tim Arel said in a message to employees reviewed by Reuters. Six serious runway incursions since January prompted the agency to convene a safety summit last week.
Snap a bestselling smart watch at a $70 discount, an Echo Show for just $75 (almost half off!) and more.
Susan Fletcher Watts was fit and healthy before motor neurone disease changed everything. Here, she shares her hopes and fears for the future.