New FAA air traffic data show a spike in high-risk errors

09/13/2013 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

A new electronic air traffic control monitoring system has shown the Federal Aviation Administration has been undercounting the number of serious errors made by controllers, with the overall number of mistakes doubling since the new system was put into place. Controllers made 4,394 errors last year, with 41 of them considered "high risk."

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