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They work at any of the 21 air route traffic control centers located throughout the country.
4, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Technicians represented by the Professional Aviation Safety Specialists, AFL-CIO (PASS) are expressing concern today that the furloughing of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Engineering Services employees working at the Chicago Air Route Traffic Control Center may have widespread consequences on aviation operations.
lt;strong>April 17 - Controller Caught Watching Movie</strong> An air traffic controller at the Cleveland Air Route Traffic Control Center watches a movie on a portable electronic device while working a radar position.
Tuesday, the FAA's high-altitude radio communications failed at the Los Angeles Air Route Traffic Control Center and cut off radio contact between pilots and air traffic controllers for about three and half hours, forcing hundreds of flights to be grounded nationwide.
Older computer storage devices that are critical to radar and flight management functions were replaced by Lockheed Martin in a rapid deployment of faster, more reliable technology at air route traffic control centers (ARTCC) across the country.
Another milestone in the ongoing modernisation of the Federal Aviation Administration's National Airspace System has been passed with the upgrading of Denver's Air Route Traffic Control Centre, under which Lockheed Martin has replaced 14-year-old storage devices as part of its ongoing Host and Oceanic Computer System Replacement (HOCSR) programme.
Known as Radio Communications Link (RCL), the network interconnects Air Route Traffic Control Centers (Centers) located in major cities throughout the U.
CXR Larus Corporation is proud to announce that it has developed a new feature set for the industry standard CXR Halcyon 704A Universal Test Set, which allows testing of Selective Signaling (SS1-SS4) for the world-wide Air Route Traffic Control (ARTCC) voice network.