October 2006
Air Traffic Management;Fall2006, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p23
Trade Publication
The article reports that the staff of "Air Traffic Management" has compiled a list of the best people working in air navigation in various parts of the world. While commercial and national interests will always be part of the equation, the nature of people included in the list demonstrates that these can be subsumed in improving air traffic systems.


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