India’s Air-Traffic Controller Shortage Alarms Aviation Pros

  • Shortfall means safety hazard as existing ATCs are overworked
  • Paucity likely to intensify as carriers expand fleets

India has just plowed $50 million in a new 102-meter (335 feet) air-traffic control tower in New Delhi. Now comes the hard part: finding qualified flight controllers to operate it.

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