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WHAT DOES AIR-TRAFFIC CONTROLLER MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Air traffic controller
Air traffic controllers are people trained to maintain the safe, orderly and expeditious flow of air traffic in the global air traffic control system. The position of air traffic controller is one that requires highly specialized knowledge, skills, and abilities. Controllers apply separation rules to keep aircraft at a safe distance from each other in their area of responsibility and move all aircraft safely and efficiently through their assigned sector of airspace, as well as on the ground. Because controllers have an incredibly large responsibility while on duty and make countless split-second decisions on a daily basis, the ATC profession is consistently regarded around the world as one of the most mentally challenging careers, and can be notoriously stressful depending on many variables. Many controllers, however, would cite high salaries and a very large, unique, and privileged degree of autonomy as major advantages of their jobs. Although the media in the United States frequently refers to them as air controllers, or flight controllers, most air traffic professionals use the term air traffic controllers.
Definition of air-traffic controller in the English dictionary
The definition of air-traffic controller in the dictionary is a person whose job is to organize the altitude, speed, and direction at which planes fly in a given area, giving instructions to pilots by radio.
The translations of air-traffic controller from English to other languages presented in this section have been obtained through automatic statistical translation; where the essential translation unit is the word «air-traffic controller» in English.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «AIR-TRAFFIC CONTROLLER» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «air-traffic controller» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «air-traffic controller» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about air-traffic controller
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AIR-TRAFFIC CONTROLLER»
Discover the use of air-traffic controller in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to air-traffic controller and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Fundamentals of AirTraffic Control
This book is appropriate for future air traffic controllers, as well as for pilots who need a better understanding of the air traffic control system.
Michael Nolan, 2010
AirTraffic Control Career Prep: A Comprehensive Guide to ...
Part career guide, this handbook provides a brief introduction to the aviation industry and discusses the role of the FAA while also explaining what an air traffic controller can expect in terms of working conditions, available positions, ...
Patrick R. Mattson, 2011
A longtime Arco civil service bestseller, this popular guide is now totally revised and updated.
James E. Turner, 1994
Avoiding Common Pilot Errors: An AirTrafficController's View
This important book brings an air traffic controller's perspective to the mistakes pilots commonly make in controlled airspace.
John Stewart, 1989
Secrets from the Tower: An O'Hare AirTrafficController's ...
It's entertaining for its anecdotes, informative about air traffic, and also poignant, in terms of the life lessons the book delivers, and its tales of love and loss.
Bob Richards, 2007
Vectors to Spare: The Life of an AirTrafficController
Conveys the flavor of the job of aerial cop, describing arrogant pilots, boom-lowering supervisors, career politics, & actual crashes & near misses. Both enjoyable and informative to read... Brenlove is such a skilled writer.
Milovan S. Brenlove, 1993
Cleared to Land: Memoirs of an Army AirTrafficController ...
This book is about my three years in Vietnam as an Army Air Traffic Controller. This is not about a front-line infantry "Grunt." I was what is called a REMF. That anacronym is explained in my book.
Jeffrey K. Fozard Cw4 (Ret) Usa, Jeffrey K. Fozard, 2009
AirTrafficController Staffing in the en Route Domain: A ...
TRB Special Report 301: Air Traffic Controller Staffing in the En Route Domain: A Review of the Federal Aviation Administration's Task Load Model examines the structure, empirical basis, and validation methods of a Federal Aviation ...
National Research Council (U.S.). Committee for a Review of the En Route Air Traffic Control Complexity and Workload Model, 2010
Peterson's Master the AirTraffic Selection and Training ...
Peterson's "Master the Air Traffic Controller Test" gives you the information you need to score high on the FAA entrance exams and launch a satisfying career in air traffic control.
Michael S. Nolan, Peterson's (Firm : 2006- ), 2007
Silent Skies: The AirTraffic Controllers' Strike
A well-documented history of the one of the most important labor-management conflicts in American history, the Reagan administration vs. the Professional Air Traffic Controller's Organization (PATCO).
Willis J. Nordlund, 1998
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «AIR-TRAFFIC CONTROLLER»
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How was the FAA not ready for wave of retirees?
The FAA's failure is highlighted by years of mismanagement, a proposal to dissolve its current air-traffic controller training program, and a ... «CNBC, Dec 14»
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