Air Traffic Controller Resume Samples (Text format)
Air Traffic Controller
- Reliable Air traffic Controller with XX years of experience in monitoring and regulating ground and air traffic. Adept in compiling and analyzing data and reports to develop more effective flight plans and prevent delays; keeping radio and radar contact with aircraft.
- 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 aircraft
Aeronautics, Master of Engineering / Master of Technology, Completed, 2016-08-01
Delhi University– Marks 70,
Air Traffic Controller / En Route controllers
- Checked flight plans, give pilots clearance for take-off or landing, and direct the movement of planes on the runways and other parts of the airport.
- Communicated with the pilots of aircraft using a push-to-talk radiotelephony system.
- Sequenced the arrival and departure of airplanes, guide pilots during take-off and landing, and use radar equipment to monitor flight paths.
- Moved all aircraft safely and efficiently through their assigned sector of airspace.
- Updated pilots on hazardous conditions prior to and during flights, including visibility, weather, and wind concerns when necessary.
- Controlled aircraft within the immediate vicinity of the airport and used visual observation from the airport tower.
Air Traffic Controller
- Managed the flow of airplanes in and out of the airport, guide pilots during takeoff and landing, and monitor airplanes as they travel through the skies; manage multiple airplanes.
- Provided pilots with information on weather conditions; monitor airplanes once they leave an airport’s airspace.
- Redirected the flight path of the aircraft or redirect to a temporary landing facility to avoid hazardous conditions when necessary.
- Kept traffic levels manageable for the airport and for en-route controllers.
- Maintained consistent ground traffic patterns for a continual flow of departing and arriving flights.
- Monitored air space traffic using radar, computer, and other air traffic control equipment to keep airplanes departing and arriving on time and maximize air and ground safety.
- Radar terminal Display System (RTDS)
- Ground Traffic Control
- National Security Regulations
- Fluency in Air Traffic Control (ATC) software
- Oxygen and aircraft Utility Systems
- Basic Print Reading Skills and Layout Skills
- Three-dimensional situation awareness
- Team-building and supervision
- Attention to detail
- Visual problem-solving
- Ability to excel under pressure
- Leadership abilities
- Time management