Paper Stops

Stop-gap, just-in-case instructions help controllers continue working normally, even when they’re not sure what you’re going to do.

Information is the foundation on which air traffic control is built. Controllers absorb tons of data as we work our traffic—winds and weather conditions, advertised runways, aircraft types, filed routes, NOTAMs. The list goes on. We take all this data and use it to build sequences for arrivals and departures, and keep aircraft safely separated. […]
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