air traffic controller

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air traffic controller

An air controller especially trained for and assigned to the duty of airspace management and traffic control of airborne objects.
Translations
letecký dispečer
flyveleder
lennonvalvoja
kontrola letenja
航空管制官
항공 관제사
flygledare
ผู้ควบคุมเส้นทางการบิน
kiểm soát viên không lưu

air traffic controller

ncontrollore m del traffico aereo

air traffic controller

مُراقِبُ الـمُرُورِ الـجَوِّيّ letecký dispečer flyveleder Fluglotse ελεγκτής εναέριας κυκλοφορίας controlador aéreo lennonvalvoja aiguilleur du ciel kontrola letenja controllore di volo 航空管制官 항공 관제사 luchtverkeersleider flygeleder kontroler ruchu lotniczego controlador de tráfego aéreo авиадиспетчер flygledare ผู้ควบคุมเส้นทางการบิน hava trafik kontrolörü kiểm soát viên không lưu 空中交通管理员
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As a trainee, you would work towards qualifying as an operational air traffic control officer (ATCO).
He said the then Air Traffic Control Officer, Nadeem Akbar had stated that without taking the DG CAA into confidence he himself had ordered for switching off lights of the runway.
CLAIRE is an air traffic control officer at Edinburgh Airport's brand new control tower.
The baby was flown by helicopter from Prestwick Airport, where his dad Simon is an air traffic control officer, to Guy's Hospital in London.
However, as it reached 300m, an air traffic control officer instructed it to "immediately" turn left in order for the aircraft to keep a "safe distance" from a large commercial passenger aircraft.
Ryutaro Kawano, a former air traffic control officer, said it is most important to analyze why the trainee mistakenly called out the wrong flight number.
I feel like an air traffic control officer watching planes.
Keith Rodgers, senior air traffic control officer at Newcastle Airport, said: "NIAL (Newcastle International Airport Ltd) has serious doubts as to the prospect of technological mitigation becoming available within five years.

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