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Features April 2015 Issue

Silent Running

Silent Running

Part of training in the air traffic control profession is learning to recognize patterns in the flow of aircraft. Knowing what to expect from our traffic makes it all the more obvious when something doesn’t look or feel right. It’s not a “spidey-sense” or anything, but it can help us recognize developing situations more quickly.

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