How to become an air traffic controller

Ensuring the safety of thousands of passengers and hundreds of flights is a team effort. The calm and professional atmosphere in an air traffic control room reflects a well-trained and well-rewarded workforce with a common goal. Air traffic controllers work in collaboration with planners and sector supervisors in order to provide long term, short term and tactical services to airspace users night and day. Working with the latest support tools and playing an active role in this dynamic sector of aviation is both challenging and rewarding. If you are interested to become an air traffic controller you can find further information here.