Air Force to take over air control operations for Argentina next Monday

Posted on November 16, 2011 • Filed under: Argentina, Labor Issues, Latin America Aviation, TRAVEL

The Argentine government has decided by decree that from Monday the air traffic controllers will again depend on the country’s air force since the trade dispute that remains suspended international flights since last Saturday remains unresolved, according to the Official Gazette of the Republic of Argentina.By means of Decree 1840, President Cristina Fernández ordered to create the Department of General Air Traffic Control in the area of ​​the Air Force in order to concentrate the tasks there, since 2007, were held by the National Civil Aviation (ANAC). Read Article

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