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ATC Talks – Challenges to the ATC Services Restart Post COVID-19; Facing the New Normal with the Professional Readiness
COVID-19 continues to impact the dynamics between all the actors of the aviation supply chain. This also includes the interface, communication, and operating environment between flight crew and Air traffic Controllers (ATCOs). Several considerations need to be made with regards to the effects of training and recency and human factors on ATCOs as they interact with each other. In addition, varying traffic levels after periods of reduced operations could increase the magnitude of certain operational challenges for ANSPs. The combination of new and amplified risks and challenges could affect safety of operations as traffic levels build up.
Departing from this idea, the Centre for Strategic and Aviation Studies (CSAS) Indonesia is planning to host a sharing session with the topic “ATC Talks – Challenges to the ATC Services Restart Post COVID-19; Facing the New Normal with the Professional Readiness” The purpose of this sharing session is to know the potential challenges caused by COVID-19 pertaining to traffic management. It will also provide expert insights into mitigation measures that could be implemented during the restart phase of aviation.
1. Vic Van Der Westhuizen, ICAO Expert
ICAO Perspective; COVID-19 : ATC Current and Future Challenges
2. Anthony Ang, Exécutive Vice Président Asia Pacific Région — IFATCA (International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers’ Associations)
International ATC Professional Perspective; ATC Potential Challange During Restart
3. Wisnu Darjono T. U., President of CSAS Indonesia
Academic Perspective; Safely Navigating the Industry Restart
4. Zainal Arifin Harahap, Vice President Professional — IATCA
Indonesia ATC Professional Perspective; ATC Professional Mitigation Plan during Industry Restart