Aviation professionals from around the world convene Mon., March 2 for NATCA's annual safety conference, Communicating for Safety (CFS).(view article)
NATCA commends the work of the engineers it represents in accordance with National Engineers Week, celebrated Feb. 22-28.(view article)
The National Air Traffic Controllers Association, a proud member
affiliate of the Transportation Trades Department (TTD), AFL-CIO, today
is congratulating TTD President Ed Wytkind and Secretary-Treasurer Larry
Willis on being re-elected to their respective positions during TTD’s
25th anniversary convention and Executive Committee meeting.(view article)
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Our quarterly update on the great successes taking place in several key NextGen programs. We invite you to read it HERE and also join the discussion on social media at #NextGenNowUS
The National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) today applauds the full funding of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for Fiscal Year (FY) 2015, as part of the passage of the “Cromnibus” spending bill approved last week. At the same time, NATCA President Paul Rinaldi warns that sequestration remains a threat to the modernization and stability of the National Airspace System (NAS).(view article)
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The National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) said today that
collaboration with the FAA and other aviation stakeholders has been key
to the success of NextGen modernization projects and will result in new
airspace improvements in the Washington, D.C., Metroplex to improve
travel for the holidays.(view article)
Sequestration is a danger to the National Airspace System (NAS). That
is the clear message National Air Traffic Controllers Association
President Paul Rinaldi delivered Tuesday to the House Transportation and
Infrastructure Committee, for its hearing examining the upcoming FAA
reauthorization and issues in modernizing and operating the nation’s