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"Air traffic controllers should be able to work without any distractions," the source said, adding that soundproofing, which is very important in their line of work.
And he said by the time air traffic controllers realised the planes were on a collision course, it was too late.
The median annual wage of air traffic controllers was $108,040 in May 2010.
In response to this disaster, McCartin contends, controllers began to form the Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization (PATCO) to repair an overburdened system that put passengers in danger.
For more information about the career of air traffic controller and the education and training it requires, here are some places to turn.
Sure, there's always the possibility that everyone is wrong and naptime for air traffic controllers is a bad idea.
The two were the first air traffic controllers to be indicted over a near miss.
AIR traffic controllers and pilots will be trying to keep the ball on the ground and play it to the wings when they set out for football glory in Bahrain next week.
Cardiovascular reactivity to work stress predicts subsequent onset of hypertension: the air traffic controller health change study.
FAA faces a bow wave of thousands of air traffic controller retirements over the coming decade.
air traffic controllers union also opposed privatization, but their Canadian counterparts are eager to leave government service.

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