Two air-traffic controllers have been suspended after a boy was allowed to direct several takeoffs and landings at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. One of the controllers brought his son to work February 17—and let his kid do his job. "Jet Blue 171, clear for takeoff," the young boy says, according to audio recordings from LiveATC.net. "This is what you get, guys, when the kids are out of school," his father told a pilot. The pilots were clearly amused. One responded, "Wish I could bring my kid to work,” and later told the boy he did an “awesome job.” The Federal Aviation Administration is taking the incident very seriously.