Air Traffic Controller
Air traffic controllers coordinate the movement of aircraft to maintain safe distances between them. They control the aircraft flow into and out of the airport space, guide pilots during takeoff and landing, and track aircraft for safety purposes as they fly through the skies, to track and guide aircraft movement in the sky and ground traffic at airports. Air traffic controllers use radar, computers, or visual references.
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Career prospects & criteria
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B.Tech. Degree in any related fields like Mechanical, Aeronautical etc.
Bachelors of Science in Physics and Mathematics
M.Tech / Masters of Science in Physics and Mathematics
What you need to get started
A background in office-based work, customer service or communication-based roles may be an advantage.
Strong communication skills
Problem solving skills
Good organizational skills
Efficient at Multitasking and Coordination
Knowledge of transport methods, costs and benefits
Control all ground traffic at the airport runways and taxiways.
Information processing capability
Monitor and direct the movement of aircraft on the ground and in the air.