Editor's Log

April 2010 Issue

Take Your Kid To Work Day

The latest "we’re all gonna die" coverage of aviation occurred in early March as the general media uncovered an audio recording of a youngster appearing to issue takeoff clearances to airliners at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). On the February 16 recording, JFK tower controller Glenn Duffy’s nine-year-old son relays takeoff clearances to departing traffic. (Use this link to listen to the recording: http://bit.ly/ccblJD.)

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