AIR NAVIGATION AND TRAFFIC CONTROL AS SEEN FROM THE FLIGHT DECK

Theodore McEachen

Peer Reviewed

Abstract: I'm glad that it has been made clear that I am to speak on Air Traffic Control because at one time not too long ago ATC meant the Air Transport Command. Later on it became something that a pilot had to concern himself about only on a rainy day. Now it is without doubt the most pressing problem facing the airline industry. It has grown from a relatively minor problem to the prime consideration in flying a trip, in rain or shine, fair or foul weather.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 8, Number 4
Pages: 324 - 326
Cite this article: McEachen, Theodore, "AIR NAVIGATION AND TRAFFIC CONTROL AS SEEN FROM THE FLIGHT DECK", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 8, No. 4, Winter 1961-1962, pp. 324-326.
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