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air traffic control

ncontrollo del traffico aereo
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According to the Cyprus Air Traffic Controllers' Union (Paseek) the incident occurred at around 1.30pm.
The air traffic controllers' union Prospect has fired a bitter salvo at Highlands and Islands Airport Ltd's (Hial) chief executive as north airports prepare for strike action tomorrow.
National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) has announced it has issued a statement in response to the temporary agreement to end the shutdown and reopen the government, the association said.
M2 EQUITYBITES-January 29, 2019-National Air Traffic Controllers Association responds to end of government shutdown
Did an increase in sick leave by unpaid air traffic controllers on the East Coast that affected flights across the nation nudge the White House and Congress into an abrupt compromise Friday to reopen the government?
FOR the umpteenth time, key holders in the country's aviation sector have continued to alert of the urgent need for the Federal Government through the Nigerian Airspace Management Agency (NAMA) to employ more air traffic controllers (ATC).
The Kenya Air Traffic Controllers Association had said the Ethiopian airspace was unsafe due to the go-slow.
Ethiopia's international airport after air traffic controllers there went on
FOUR leading airlines have gone to war with France over a wave of strikes by its air traffic controllers.
Summary: The next time you fly into or out of Beirut, take a moment to think about the air traffic controllers monitoring the skies and runways to make sure you're safe.
NASA's (https://www.nasa.gov/press-release/media-invited-to-see-nasa-air-traffic-management-technology-in-action) Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate began testing its flight deck interval management software Thursday. The technology can enable planes to communicate with each other, reducing the distance needed between flights, shortening intervals between arrivals and shrinking the workload of air traffic controllers. The tests were being conducted by NASA and contractor Honeywell Aerospace with three aircraft over Washington state airspace.

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