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Aptitude Test for Air Traffic Controller By Aeromad Formacion
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“Aptitude Test for Air traffic Controller” está compuesto por horas de pruebas psicotécnicas con las que usted podrá practicar y potenciar las facultades requeridas... More > para superar las pruebas de acceso de Controlador Aéreo. Encontrará tests sobre interpretación de datos, razonamiento verbal, concentración, razonamiento abstracto, orientación espacial, razonamiento lógico, test de personalidad,...y además en inglés, para que a la hora de realizar pruebas, tales como el FEAST, su comprensión le resulte más sencilla< Less
LOOKING BACK AT AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL By Dannie MacDonald
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A career look back, spanning forty years,covering places and development over time
Navy Air Traffic Controller - NAVEDTRA 14342 - (Nonresident Training Course) By Naval Education & Training Center
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Weather phenomenon, as it affects aviation, is an integral part of your job as an Air Traffic Controller (AC). You will be part of a team to keep pilots informed of current, and forecasted weather... More > conditions that will effect the safety of flight and sometimes the pilots' very survival. As an AC, you must accurately report weather conditions and recognize any differences between the actual weather conditions, as observed from the tower, and those indicated by the current report. You must understand how current and developing meteorological conditions affect just about every decision you and the pilot make, from the preflight planning stage to landing rollout. It is critical that you understand the information in this chapter and realize the impact weather has on the safe, expeditious flow of air traffic.< Less
PK’s Air Traffic Control Crockpot Cookbook (Top Secret Recipes) By Eric Paddock
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Developed by a military Air Traffic Controller who lives off his Crockpot. These recipes have been tried and tested in the workplace, and many a crew members have survived a long duty day because of... More > these hot meals. The famous baked beans have won many of contests, and the cherry cobbler is to die for!< Less
Controlling Training By Duane Davis
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"Controlling Training" is the result of over a decade of experience in training military air traffic controllers, their trainers and their supervisors in 'the real world'. This book... More > bridges the gap between the classroom and training on-the-job. It is a practical guide that explains specific techniques and strategies to immediately improve the effectiveness of your workplace training. It is more than just a how to, it is a how to right now. With "Controlling Training", effective training starts today.< Less
Controlling Training By Duane Davis
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"Controlling Training" is the result of over a decade of experience in training military air traffic controllers, their trainers and their supervisors in 'the real world'. This book... More > bridges the gap between the classroom and training on-the-job. It is a practical guide that explains specific techniques and strategies to immediately improve the effectiveness of your workplace training. It is more than just a how to, it is a how to right now. With "Controlling Training", effective training starts today.< Less
AIR CRASH INVESTIGATIONS: The Crash of Comair Flight 5191 By George Cramoisi
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On August 27, 2006, Comair Flight 5191, a Bombardier CL-600-2B19, crashed during takeoff from the wrong runway of Blue Grass Airport, Lexington, Kentucky, killing 49 of the 50 people aboard. From the... More > beginning everything went wrong. First the captain and first officer boarded the wrong airplane, only after starting the auxiliary power unit they found out they were in the wrong aircraft. Taxiing to the takeoff position the captain and first officer were so engaged in a private conversation that they did not realize they took the wrong runway. The air traffic controller did not notice anything.< Less
The Crash of Comair 5191: Air Crash Investigations By George Cramoisi
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On August 27, 2006, Comair Flight 5191, a Bombardier CL-600-2B19, crashed during takeoff from the wrong runway of Blue Grass Airport, Lexington, Kentucky, killing 49 of the 50 people aboard. From the... More > beginning everything went wrong. First the captain and first officer boarded the wrong airplane, only after starting the auxiliary power unit they found out they were in the wrong aircraft. Taxiing to the takeoff position the captain and first officer were so deeply engaged in a private conversation that they did not realize they took the wrong runway. The air traffic controller did not notice anything.< Less
Air Crash Investigations - Suddenly Falling Apart - The Crash of Lauda Air Flight 104 By Hank Williamson, Editor
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Lauda Air Flight NG 104, a Boeing 767-300 ER of Austrian nationality was on a scheduled passenger flight Hong Kong-Bangkok-Vienna, Austria. NG 004 departed Hong Kong Airport on May 26, 1991 , and... More > made an intermediate landing at Bangkok Airport. The flight departed Bangkok Airport at 1602 hours. The airplane disappeared from air traffic radar at 1617 hours about 94 nautical miles northwest of Bangkok. The probable cause of this accident is attributed to an un-commanded in-flight deployment of the left engine thrust reverser. All 223 people on board died in the accident.< Less
AIR CRASH INVESTIGATIONS CAPTAIN IN PANIC The Crash of Armavia Flight 967 By Hans Griffioen, editor
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On 2 May 2006 Armavia Flight RNV 967, an Airbus A320, was on its way from Zvartnots (Yerevan, Armenia) to Adler (Sochi, Russia). There were 113 occupants on board: 105 passengers (including 5... More > children and 1 baby), 2 pilots,1 aircraft engineer and 5 flight attendants. Upon approaching Sochi there was confusion in regard to the weather for the scheduled landing. Finally the captain decided to return to Zvartnots, a short while later he reconsidered his decision and started the approach to Sochi after all. Just before final landing air traffic control told the captain to abort the landing. At 22:13 the aircraft struck the water, it broke up on impact, killing all aboard. The investigation concluded that the crash of Armavia Flight 967 was a Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT), specifically water, while conducting a climbing manoeuvre, after an aborted approach, along with inadequate control inputs from the Captain to Sochi airport at night with weather conditions below landing minimums for runway 06.< Less

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Birth Log Book Birth Log Book By Emily Rumsey
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