FAA Implements Enhanced Rest Rules for Air Traffic Controllers to Mitigate Fatigue

In response to expert panel recommendations and increased safety scrutiny, the FAA mandates additional time off for air traffic controllers to combat fatigue and ensure airspace safety.

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