Air traffic controllers are forced to perform important duties on broken chairs
KARACHI: Civil Aviation Authority has overlooked the aviation services sector, with air traffic controllers being forced to perform important duties on broken chairs.
According to the details, the air traffic controllers, who are directing the planes and avoiding serious accidents, are themselves the worst. Air traffic controllers appear to be sitting on broken chairs and performing their duties.
Sources say that ATC was not provided with basic facilities at offices, also not providing office boy, according to international law, air traffic controllers are provided with 2 hours’ rest and facility during duty. ۔
Meanwhile, the Guild has repeatedly been informed by authorities that the current situation has caused air traffic controls to be unrestricted, impacting their professionalism and that it has flown flight Safety issues are born in Pakistan's airspace.
The president of the ATC has said that the air traffic controller has sent a letter to the Federal Ombudsman in this regard.
President of Pakistan Air Traffic Controllers Guild says that the role of air traffic controller is very important in making air travel safer, keeping the aircraft flying at certain distances and at altitude is a skilled job. The key to a controller is to take care of airspace, especially during takeoff and landing of planes.