Airservices Australia releases workforce plan

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Airservices Australia announced it intends to more than double the number of air traffic control (ATC) trainees to between 80 and 100 a year over the next five years as part of its five-year workforce planning strategy, released at the end Jun-08. If it can find the trainees, this would double the intake of previous years.

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