Job of Air Traffic Controller

Due to the density of air traffic control, job of the air traffic control flight becomes more complex and conducted under pressure.

Pilots need an active support of air traffic control to fly safely. Air traffic controllers (ATCOs) are also essential for the effective functioning of the airports as well as the aviation industry in general.

By using radar and other technologies, air traffic controllers track the aircraft on their routes between the airports, maintaining contact with the pilots as terminal air traffic controllers, or are in connection with the aircraft on the runway access, as controllers in the approach control.

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