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Air Traffic Control Explained

6 Mar 2023 11:36 AM | Tim Reynolds (Administrator)

On Monday, 20 March 2023 the International Study Group will be hosting a talk on ‘The system of Air Traffic Control (ATC) in Europe’, as an important part of the air transport industry.

The talk will be given by Alexander Skoniezki and will include detailed explanations of:

  • Facts and figures of air traffic in Europe
  • The legal and organisational framework of air traffic management
  • The objectives of ATC and how air traffic is managed safely
  • The airspace structure
  • The job of air traffic controllers at different control units
  • The operational and technical environment
  • Financing of air traffic management
  • Outlook – future trends

Alexander Skoniezki is an experienced Air Traffic Controller, senior ATM manager and university lecturer who has worked for more than 40 years in Aviation and Air Traffic Management at DFSDeutsche Flugsicherung, at Eurocontrol and international universities.

Doors open at 10h00 with the programme starting at 10h30 at Château Sainte-Anne, Rue Du Vieux Moulin 103, 1160 Bruxelles. On street parking is available close to the venue, as is access to public transport. The talk is free to ISG members and €10 for guests.

Find out more here: www.isgbrussels.be

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