Air Traffic Control

There is a current demand for Air Traffic Controllers. Approximately 15,000 controllers will be hired by the Federal Aviation Agency over the next 10 years.

Air Traffic Controllers are responsible for the safe, orderly and expeditious movement of aircraft in the air and on the ground. This is accomplished by the use of radar or visual observation. Controllers provide information to pilots about weather, terrain, or other aircraft in order to provide a safe operating environment.

Advanced ATC, Inc. has designed its training program to exceed the minimum requirements set by the Federal Aviation Administration. AATC provides three categories of training: classroom instruction, advanced simulation, and on-the-job training OJT) in an active air traffic control tower to provide practical experience for students.

Successful students demonstrate and complete requirements for control tower certification. They receive a CTO (Control Tower Operator) evaluation from the FAA; upon successful evaluation, a CTO Certificate with Facility Rating is issued each student. Students achieving this goal will graduate as full performance level air traffic controllers (Certified Professional Controllers). AATC’s mission is to provide exemplary training and produce the highest qualified Air traffic Controllers to ensure the safety and security of our nation’s skies. This is achieved through a dedicated staff, a constant focus, and a commitment to provide professional and state-of-the-art training.

AATC recognizes each student is a unique individual who deserves the best ATC program available. The staff adheres to high standards, is committed to our mission, and provides a positive learning environment for each student.

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Contact us:

Advanced Air Traffic Control, Inc.

4089 Val Tech Road, Bldg 100
Valdosta, GA 31602
Toll Free (866) 938-0398

Simulators in the Air Traffic Control Classroom

Female Student in Air Traffic Control Simulator Air Traffic Control Tower Simulator