‘You’re Fired’ Doesn’t Mean Fired to Four of 10 Air Controll

‘You’re Fired’ Doesn’t Mean Fired to Four of 10 Air Controll

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Another proposed firing dropped by the FAA was of a controller at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York who allowed his son and daughter to make radio calls to aircraft from the tower on two successive days in February 2010, according to agency data, news media reports and a recording posted on the website LiveATC.net.