Zamboanga City Air Traffic Controller
This post comprises some random references involving just about anything to do with Zamboanga City air traffic controllers, however peripheral the connection.
ZAMBOANGA — Civil aviation officials suspended five air traffic controllers who caused the delay in the landing of two aircrafts in Zamboanga City a day after Christmas. The five air traffic controllers were late or absent from …
Publish Date: 01/19/2009 22:01
MANILA (AP) – A Philippine Airlines (PAL) airplane was stuck circling Zamboanga city’s airport for several minutes before landing today because air traffic controllers apparently still in a Christmas holiday mood came in late …
Publish Date: 12/24/2008 20:02
ZAMBOANGA CITY– The Zamboanga City office of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines said Wednesday that three new air traffic controllers were sent by the Air Traffic Service from Manila to augment manpower in the …
Publish Date: 01/07/2009 23:38
Flag carrier Philippine Airlines and British air traffic controller NATS (National Air Traffic Services) are pursuing negotiations for possible tie-up for airport operations in the country. Read more: http://bit.ly/1mNhI7CPAL, UK air controller pursue talks PAL, UK air controller pursue … Philippine Star: Zamboanga City airport reopens | http://bit.ly/1gFzlOz National flag carrier…In “Philippine Star”. Manila Bulletin: In response to growing tourist arrivals from Russia, flag carrier …
Publish Date: 03/01/2014 19:29
… aircraft had already consumed 1,300 kilograms of fuel. Zamboanga City airport manager Celso Bayabos said it was the first time such incident had occurred, and apparently because five air traffic controllers reported late.
Publish Date: 12/28/2008 11:38
Advanced technical and operational training is available in this rating during later stages of career development including air traffic controller positions controlling helicopters and fixed wing supersonic jet aircraft. … City, Republic of the Philippines (Apr. 8, 2003) — Aviation Warfare Systems Operator 2nd Class Jill M. Gammon watches air traffic from her radar station aboard a P-3C Orion during a return flight from Edwin-Andrews Air Base located in Zamboanga City.
Publish Date: 02/21/2011 16:37
ZAMBOANGA CITY — Aviation skills such as air traffic controllers, aircraft pilots, navigators and flight engineers as well as mining positions are among the hard-to-fill occupations in the country, the Bureau of Labor and …
Publish Date: 04/04/2008 2:59
Besides Laguindingan, the major airport radars that will be upgraded with next-generation air-traffic management systems include NAIA, Puerto Princesa, Zamboanga, Butuan, Dumaguete, Legaspi, Iloilo, Clark, Bacolod, Tacloban, … The program aims to build CAAP’s expertise in various domains for safe and efficient PBN implementation, which includes procedure design, obstacles data survey training and training for air traffic controllers and flight safety inspectors.
Publish Date: 03/19/2014 7:28
The ATO manager adds the city airport, classified as a minor commercial domestic airport by ATO, is the busiest airstrip next to Zamboanga City in terms of traffic volume, based on their culled statistics in the two previous years. … The presence of the control tower, which will serve as control zone, will be manned by the Air Traffic Controller, and this airport will then become the center of operations of the other nine airports uner Western Mindanao, Budiongan brags.
Publish Date: 06/23/2008 4:01
Anyone There? An aircraft had to stay circling a southern Philippines airport before landing, because air traffic controllers still in a Christmas holiday mood arrived late for work. The Philippine Airlines flight from Manila was unable to land at Zamboanga City airport on time because there were no traffic controllers to answer its request to approach the runway. Can’t imagine that being much fun. Posted by karTER at 11:14 …
Publish Date: 12/26/2008 20:14
Zamboanga International Airport, Philippines
sidenotes1 Published on 2 Jul 2013
Zamboanga City, Zamboanga Sibugay, Philippines
Zamboanga International Airport (Filipino (Tagalog): Paliparang Pandaigdig ng Zamboanga; Chavacano and Spanish: Aeropuerto Internacional de Zamboanga) (IATA: ZAM, ICAO: RPMZ) is the main airport serving Zamboanga City in the Philippines. The airport is Mindanao’s third-busiest airport after Francisco Bangoy International Airport in Davao City and Lumbia Airport in Cagayan de Oro City. The airport covers a total land area of 270 hectares.
The airport is officially classified as an international airport by the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines, the same agency that runs not only Zamboanga International Airport, but all other airports in the Philippines except the major international airports.