FAA proposes adding weather duties for air-traffic controllers

05/1/2013 | Washington Post, The · WJZ-TV (Baltimore)

The Federal Aviation Administration has proposed adding weather-monitoring duties for air-traffic controllers by eliminating positions for professional weather observers. "During critical times, when air traffic controllers are most busy, and [weather reports] need most care and attention, they'd need to do the most," said Mark Richards, the site supervisor of the FAA Contract Weather Office at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

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