NATCA Celebrates Our Engineering Members During Engineers Week
Our NATCA family proudly celebrates the FAA engineers it represents and their critical work during National Engineers Week, Feb. 19-25.
“This week, we are proud to recognize the contributions of engineering professionals who support the more than 70,000 daily flights in the National Airspace System,” NATCA President Rich Santa said. “The work of NATCA-represented engineers is critical to ensure the nation’s air traffic control system and standards continue to be the safest and most efficient in the world.”
Across multiple bargaining units, NATCA represents engineers who provide essential services that the flying public may not often consider as they travel. Approximately 1,000 NATCA members belong to the largest unit, Engineers and Architects, and they are assigned to the Air Traffic Organization’s Air Traffic Facilities-Engineering Services and Mission Support groups.
For more information about Engineers Week across the globe, visit the celebration’s official website.
For more information about NATCA-represented engineers and each of our bargaining units, visit our website.