Federal Aviation Administration (FAA, USA)

Air Traffic Management
ATCOs: 18,001
ACCs: 21
Employees: 34,911


Headquartered in Washington DC, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is the US government agency responsible for the regulation of aircraft, airports and the management of the air traffic control services across the world's largest aerospace system. The FAA is continuing in its multi-billion dollar effort to introduce the NextGen air traffic control system, shifting from predominantly ground-based radar, to state-of-the-art satellite management technology.

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