Air traffic control officer Adam, 36, of Low Fell, said: "I have done a couple of fundraising events before but nothing on this scale.
What does ATCO stand for?
ATCO stands for Air Traffic Control Officer
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- Military and Government
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We have 16 other meanings of ATCO in our Acronym Attic
- Adaptive Temporal Correlation Network (pattern recognition)
- Advanced Trauma Care for Nurses (course)
- Airedale Terrier Club Nederland (Dutch: Netherlands Airedale Terrier Club)
- Alberta Technology Commercialization Network (Canada)
- Arkansas Tobacco Cessation Network
- Association of Tankcleaning Companies in the Netherlands
- Air Traffic Communication and Navigation Engineers Association (Austria)
- Australian Technical College Northern Tasmania
- Air Tanker/Fixed Wing Coordinator
- Air Taxi and Commercial Operator
- Association of Transport Coordinating Officers (UK)
- Automatic Telephone Central Office
- Aviation Transportation Coordination Office
- Asia Training Centre on Ageing (UK)
- Ark-Tex Council of Governments
- Advanced Tactical Combat Model
- Army Aviation and Troop Command
- Association of Trust and Company Managers (Gibraltar)
- Aviation and Troop Command
- Compilation of ATENT Report
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As well as meeting with pilots, air traffic control officers, police, fire chiefs and immigration officers, he also talked with arriving and departing passengers - some of whom were personal friends and family - to unearth the many amazing stories that take place at Heathrow each day.
As a trainee, you would work towards qualifying as an operational air traffic control officer (ATCO).
Last September, a report compiled by the Guild of Air Traffic Control Officers said the risk of a fatal crash was growing.
Air Traffic Control officers put South Wales emergency services on standby and informed them as soon as the plane's position became clearer.
The UK Guild of Air Traffic Control Officers says it is worried about the growth of low-cost flights from UK airports.
The baby was flown by helicopter from Prestwick Airport, where his dad Simon is an air traffic control officer, to Guy's Hospital in London.
However, as it reached 300m, an air traffic control officer instructed it to "immediately" turn left in order for the aircraft to keep a "safe distance" from a large commercial passenger aircraft.