Canada flies on top air security record

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  1. milchap
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    interesting report and a nice read.

    Hopefully the FAA will look outside their box for solutions to their ATC issues, but this part of the article was interesting to me and poignant for current discussions

    "Nav Canada controllers are meticulously trained, they never work alone, they work no more than about 17 days in every 28 and they must have at least 10 hours off between shifts.
    For more than a decade Nav Canada has researched and implemented strategies to mitigate the effects of fatigue and that includes sanctioning a nap if needed."
     
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    That would almost make too much sense for them to do that - would it not? :p
     

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