FAA trains air traffic controllers in St. Lucia
trainers from Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) of the United States, in coordination with Nav Blue Today they began the approach of Training and Supervisory Controllers to provide effective use of the Metropolitan Airport System, which includes international airports in Mexico City (AICM), Toluca (AIT), and Felipe Ángeles (AIFA).
According to the information received from Navigation services in Mexican airspace (SNIM), with this second phase of training to start airport operations Lucia Street Next March 21, 2022.
“The staff of this decentralization are highly trained and on-going training; Seneam’s general manager, Victor Hernández Sandoval, confirmed in a statement that it is preparing to continue to ensure the safe and efficient transportation of people and goods.
In the first phase, personnel were trained in a distinct way to increase the capacity of the airspace with the redesign that began on 25 March.
In the same way, air controllers learned about the new flight procedures of Philip Angeles Airport, which are performance-based (PBN), this navigation concept uses waypoints defined by geographic coordinates and linked to the satellite constellation, operating in the flight path, reducing flight time and saving consumption fuel.
The second phase of training will initially be of 10 days, 441 hours, which will be taught by FAA personnel, to continue training with all relevant personnel, who will have more than 800 hours and consist of applying procedures to integrate FAA into the FAA system. Metropolitan Airport.
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