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Air Traffic Controllers in the UAE are responsible for safely and efficiently guiding aircraft through UAE skies from the Shaikh Zayed Air Navigation Centre in Abu Dhabi as well as to and from the country's airports in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Sharjah, Fujairah and Ras Al Khaimah.
The inquest heard both pilots and the four air traffic controllers on duty were properly licensed, and none had medical conditions that would have affected flight safety.
Air traffic controllers coordinate the movement of air traffic to ensure that planes stay safe distances apart.
Clearly, many conservatives regard Reagan's firing of the air traffic controllers as a turning point in their battle with organized labor.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, there are three main pathways to become an air traffic controller.
In the past few months, there have been multiple reports of air traffic controllers falling asleep on the job, so I'm thinking that someone who doesn't need a lot of sleep would be an asset to aviation.
As the seconds ticked away, the air traffic controller tried to make contact with the Emirates pilots three times, to no avail.
As a result, an average air traffic controller in 2007 had to handle 1.
AIR traffic controllers and pilots will be trying to keep the ball on the ground and play it to the wings when they set out for football glory in Bahrain next week.
A RYANAIR R jet from Britain with 300 passengers aboard had to abandon a landing after the air traffic controller failed to turn up.
Cardiovascular reactivity to work stress predicts subsequent onset of hypertension: the air traffic controller health change study.
One air traffic controller anonymously told the newspaper that it means 12 more working days every year without additional compensation.
The ability of the air traffic control system to handle expected traffic in coming years may depend in part on the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) effectiveness in planning for a long-expected wave of air traffic controller retirements.
Chambers was selected as the 2003 Air Forces Atlantic Air Traffic Controller of the Year.
During a six-minute control tower power outage at Pittsburgh International Airport on January 31, an air traffic controller had to use a pay phone to call other airports and tell them to hold flights to Pittsburgh.
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