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air traffic

[′er ‚traf·ik]
(navigation)
Aircraft operating in the air or on an airport surface.

air traffic

All aircraft in flight or operating in the maneuvering area of an aerodrome (ICAO). Aircraft on loading ramps and parking areas do not constitute air traffic.
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Once Aireon's service is operational in 2018, our increased area of surveillance will allow us to work with our African neighbors to improve safety and air traffic efficiency across this region of the world," concludes Mthiyane.
According to the " Global Air Traffic Management and Control Market 2014-2018" report, one of the major drivers of this market is the growth in airline traffic volume and congestion, which increases the need for global air traffic management and control systems.
3) Air traffic controllers scan the runways of Van Nuys Airport from atop a six-story tower.
Talking to Khaleej Times , Al Suwaidi said, oThe GCAA has one area control centre located behind the Carrefour in Abu Dhabi city and has 160 people who monitor and control air traffic movements in and around the country, while the new centre will add 61 more air traffic controllers.
The global air traffic control equipment market is segmented into three main categories: type of equipment, by end users and geography.
The director general of the Air Traffic Management Bureau of the General Administration of Civil Aviation of China said that air traffic in China's central and western regions had increased dramatically and the new centres would help to improve the air traffic control environment, strengthen the system construction and implement radar control.
Our integrated air traffic management system will help controllers meet the demands for increased airspace capacity at Jersey airport," said Eldar Hauge, managing director for Northrop Grumman Park Air Systems Norway.
Air Traffic Controllers annouced of industrial actions as they were unable to reach an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement.
New leadership is needed to see through sensible modernization efforts at LAX that emphasize safety and convenience while effective strategies are developed for regionalizing air traffic.
According to The Associated Press, the FAA acknowledges some short-staffing at Lexington Blue Grass Airport and other small airports, but air traffic controllers have claimed that the problem also includes major airports and that it compromises safety.
Flight Operations: Flight operations include air traffic services (tower, runaway traffic, apron and taxiway services and gates) and telecommunications.
WHY: Gain insight into the air traffic control community's perspective regarding the impact of federal cyber policies, industry initiatives, and cyber activity on engineering and operations in light of recent domestic cyber attacks.

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