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NATCA President Paul Rinaldi - "Safety is Starting to Erode"

NATCA SUES GOVERNMENT OVER FAILURE TO PAY MEMBERS FOR WORK PERFORMED DURING SHUTDOWN

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NATCA Seeks Temporary Restraining Order for 5th Amendment Violation

LINKS TO LEGAL DOCUMENTS:

TRO Motion:               NATCA.org/TROmotion

Filed Complaint:          NATCA.org/filedcomplaint

Read the Current Update Here

MORE INFORMATION: Doug Church, Deputy Director of Public Affairs; FOR TEXTING ONLY PLEASE 301-346-8245, dchurch@natcadc.org.

Aviation stakeholders coalition letter to White House, Senate, House

ACTION ALERT: The government shutdown is hurting aviation! Congress needs to hear from you

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As this government shutdown enters its second week, we need to let our elected officials know that it is negatively affecting the National Airspace System and the aviation safety professionals who operate and support it.  

Email your elected officials here!

Call your elected officials here!

Ask your spouse, family members, friends, neighbors, and everyone in your contact lists to follow this link so that they can also send emails. We want to let our elected officials know that this shutdown must END! 

Gov't Shutdown Means Hiring & Training Delays, Worsening Air Traffic Controller Staffing Crisis

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Fewer fully trained controllers on the job now than any point in last 30 years

WASHINGTON – Because of the federal government shutdown, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has closed its training academy in Oklahoma City where new air traffic controller hires go to begin their careers. In addition, classroom and simulator training at air traffic control facilities also is suspended during this shutdown. Along with 3,000 other aviation safety professionals represented by NATCA, many new hires who have recently graduated from the academy and begun working at their first air traffic control facility are furloughed, their critical training halted along with their pay.

Click Here to See Full Press Release

NATCA YouTube Channel

Air traffic controllers demonstrate at JAX over government shutdown
Air traffic controllers demonstrate at JAX over government shutdown

VIDEO: The National Air Traffic Controllers Association at Jacksonville International Airport organized a demonstration to raise awareness on the effects of the government shutdown.

Air traffic controllers continue to work for free amid ongoing shutdown
Air traffic controllers continue to work for free amid ongoing shutdown

One local air traffic controllers says his latest paycheck was for one cent.

Air traffic controllers and the government shutdown
Air traffic controllers and the government shutdown

Air traffic controllers and the government shutdown

Canadian air traffic controllers brought dozens of pizzas and  wings to the Buffalo Tower workers
Canadian air traffic controllers brought dozens of pizzas and wings to the Buffalo Tower workers

Buffalo air traffic controllers had a special lunch of wings from across the border and Picasso's Pizza on Transit Road in Willamsville for lunch today.

Communicating for Safety

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Communicating For Safety: Oct. 22-24, 2018;
More information.

 

Biennial Convention

 

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The 17th Biennial Convention was held in Philadelphia, April 17-20, 2018. More Information. The 18th Biennial Convention will be held in Houston, May 27-29, 2020.

NATCA in Washington

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  NATCA's premier legislative event.
May 20-22, 2019. More information.