IFATCA Welcomes Ministerial Declaration from ICAO High Level Conference on COVID-19

IFATCA Welcomes Ministerial Declaration from ICAO High Level Conference on COVID-19

Montréal, Canada - 25 October 2021 – IFATCA today welcomed the declaration made by the Ministerial participants of the International ...
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Webinar 6 - ATCO and Crew Interface

Webinar 6 - ATCO and Crew Interface

Registration is now open for the sixth and last of our joint Civil Air Navigation Service Organizations (CANSO), International Federation ...
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Webinar 5 - ATM & Airport operations during recovery

Webinar 5 - ATM & Airport operations during recovery

COVID-19 continues to have an impact on airport capacity and infrastructure in a number of areas including increased risks from ...
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New Issue of The Controller

New Issue of The Controller

Thanks to the hard work of our Editor Thom Metzger (USA NATCA) and his editorial team, we're proud to present ...
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Unstable Approaches Survey by IATA/CANSO/IFALPA/IFATCA

Unstable Approaches Survey by IATA/CANSO/IFALPA/IFATCA

Bulletin 1 – Mitigating Human Factors Hazards in the Context of the Operating Environment during and post COVID-19 The reduction ...
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Bulletin 1 - Mitigating Human Factors Hazards in  the Context of the Operating  Environment during and post COVID-19

Bulletin 1 - Mitigating Human Factors Hazards in the Context of the Operating Environment during and post COVID-19

Bulletin 1 – Mitigating Human Factors Hazards in the Context of the Operating Environment during and post COVID-19 Many aviation-related ...
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Webinar 4 - Organization & Change Management Throughout a Pandemic

Webinar 4 - Organization & Change Management Throughout a Pandemic

The uncertainty brought on by COVID-19 is causing aviation stakeholders to explore new ways of working together. In addition to ...
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New Conference Coordinator

New Conference Coordinator

The IFATCA Executive Board is honoured to announce the appointment of Mr Jez Pigden (UK) as the next Conference Executive ...
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Sign up for the Speak English Program

Sign up for the Speak English Program

As announced earlier, the IFATCA Speak English Program (SEP) is now available worldwide. The program provides an environment where air ...
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IFATCA is an international Federation, with Member Associations in more than 130 countries from all corners of the globe.

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PROFESSIONAL

IFATCA unites and defends the professional aspects of the air traffic controller profession.

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NOT FOR PROFIT

IFATCA is a registered not-for-profit organisation in Montréal, Canada.

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NON POLITICAL

IFATCA maintains political independence.

Objectives of the Federation

The objects of the International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers' Associations are:

a. To operate as a non-­‐profit and non-­‐political federation of air traffic controllers' associations;

b. To promote safety, efficiency and regularity in International Air Navigation;

c. To assist and advise in the development of safe and orderly systems of Air Traffic Control;

d. To promote and uphold a high standard of knowledge and professional efficiency among Air Traffic Controllers;

e. To protect and safeguard the interests of the Air Traffic Control profession;

f. To make mutual benefit affiliations with other international professional organisations;

g. To strive for a world‐wide Federation of Air Traffic Controllers' Associations.

— Constitution of IFATCA
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IFATCA maintains valuable relationships with the ICAO, other aviation industry and professional bodies, and our Corporate Members.