DC-3, C-5, P-3

DC-3, C-5, P-3

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  1. Kenneth Courtney says:

    Per an article in “Flying” many controllers work “swing” shifts. I have worked shift work and I am least efficient and alert on the “graveyard” or midnight shift. I understand that controllers are allowed to choose thieir shift so they can have long weekend days off. I believe that swing shift work is a signifigant factor in the flying public’s safety. The FAA should require that controllers work straight shifts only (the same shift for the entire work week). The Flying article mentioned the crash in Lexington, KY as a possible example of tired controllers and flight crews. Controllers should be scheduled to work to best serve the flying public, not their personal lifestyle wishes.

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