Air Traffic Controller
- Extensive experience of XX years in monitoring and regulating ground and air traffic; providing useful information related to weather, wind, flight paths, possible delays, and runway openings and closures; alerting response teams in the event of safety concerns or emergencies.
- Skilled in maintaining communication with other air traffic control centers, pilots, and airport staff members to ensure safety, relate estimated arrival times, and prevent or respond to emergency situations; utilizing maps, reports, radios, telephones, computers, radar, and other technologies to monitor, analyze, and adapt to changes in conditions
- Adept in compiling and analyzing data and reports to develop more effective flight plans and prevent delays; keeping radio and radar contact with aircraft; directing the movement of aircraft en route or at an airport; instructing aircraft to climb or descend and allocating final cruising level
- Instrumental in providing information to aircraft about weather conditions; making sure that minimum distances are maintained between planes; handling unexpected events, emergencies and unscheduled traffic; preventing accidents and collisions between aircrafts