Americaa#39;s air traffic controllers see these not as isolated incidents, but as serious symptoms of fundamental problems that are threatening aircraft and passenger safety. ... fewer and fewer controllers to guide more and more planes a both in the air and on the ground a creating a greatly reduced margin for error. ... At the same time, a smaller jet crossed the very same runway; the two planes missed each other by just 300 feet. ... In July at JFK a Boeing 767 mistook its instructions 39.
|Title||:||Aviation Safety, S. Hrg. 109-434, November 17, 2005, 109-1 Hearing, *|
|Author||:||United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation|