NATCA Celebrates Engineers Week
These professionals are a part of every one of the 70,000 flights that safely take-off and land each day. They design, construct and remodel air traffic control facilities. They analyze, improve and upgrade radar and communications coverage. They are committed to making aviation technology the best it can possibly be.
These professionals are the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) engineers, who NATCA proudly represents
and recognizes for their many contributions to the workforce during National Engineers Week
, Feb. 22-28.
“NATCA-represented engineers employed by the FAA operate in the background for the most part, but they provide essential services that the flying public doesn’t usually consider when they think of flying in the U.S. today,” said NATCA Region X Vice President Mike MacDonald.