The former chairman of the National Transportation Safety Board said that, despite the “terrible” revelations in recent government watchdog agency reports on air traffic controllers, he believes work and safety conditions have improved because of recent changes made by the government agencies responsible.
The air safety ramifications shouldn’t be overlooked: The number of whistleblowers point to total inaction by officials rather than a particularly activist employee culture.
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