From Under the Headset: The Role of the Air Traffic Controllers’ Professional Association in Present and Future Air Traffic Control Systems Development

  • John Levesley
Part of the NATO ASI Series book series (volume 73)


The Guild of Air Traffic Control Officers is a purely professional body with no political or trade union affiliation. It is pledged to defend and improve the technical and professional standards of the air traffic control (ATC) service within the United Kingdom. Its 1500 members include civil and military operational and non operational controllers working for various employers in the UK and other countries. Additionally, our life, associate, and corporate members include many electronics companies, airlines, private air traffic control agencies, and individuals.


European Economic Community Corporate Member Civil Aviation Authority Safety Critical Software Interventionist Role 
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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1991

Authors and Affiliations

  • John Levesley
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  1. 1.Guild of Air Traffic Control OfficersWimborne, DorsetUK

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