JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Cops have been cracking down on distracted drivers for years. But according to the federal government, we aren't the only ones who are distracted while operating a vehicle.
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The Federal Aviation Administration has introduced a proposal that could change the way pilots fly.
Two pilots overshoot the Minneapolis airport by 150 miles in 2009. The reason, they said they were reviewing a work schedule on a personal computer.
Former American Airlines Pilot Wayne Ziskal explained, "I've had a situation at the gate, where I had three other pilots, I remember this very clearly because it really changed the way I did things. This was going from Dallas to Tokyo. The first officer's phone with a message and one of the pilots behind me was talking on a cell phone, and I said, 'alright, that's enough.'"