Initial Air Traffic Control Training at Tartu Aviation College
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Initial Air Traffic Control Training at Tartu Aviation College

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    A well developed air traffic control training system is vitally important for guaranteeing flight safety and the efficient provision of air traffic control services. During the Soviet era, air traffic control services in Estonia were provided by Aeroflot and airforce. The procedures were different from western procedures and the technical equipment inadequate. This situation had a negative influence on flight safety and air transportation efficiency. A training program was needed to establish an independent and well functioning air traffic control service system in Estonia. This training was necessary to guarantee that a sufficient number of well trained and local air traffic services (ATS) personnel would be placed in the system. This article provides an overview of the development of an initial air traffic control training program at Tartu Aviation College. Lessons learned from the first two classes of students provide the basis for future improvements in the training program. 8p.
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