Ken Shapero

Director of Marketing and Communications, Naverus

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Director of Marketing and Communications for Naverus, a global provider performance-based navigation solutions

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Last week, The New York Times reported that "planeloads of passengers heard pilots blame the air traffic control system as they sat on the tarmac."

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Last week a  computer glitch  required air traffic controllers to get flight plans by fax and type them into computers by hand.

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