Acceptance of New Systems by Air Traffic Controllers
Air traffic control is a most desirable and exciting career which affords responsibility, stress, flexibility, and experience in a high technology system. Controllers must be selected, educated, trained, and licensed before they become familiar with the daily workload and sovereign in making quick decisions.
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