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“Quiero ser controladora a√©rea”

Martes, 18 de junio de 2019 Twitter Sin comentarios

El pasado 1 de Junio durante la jornada “Mujer y control a√©reo” que se celebr√≥ en el Museo del Ej√©rcito, organizada por la Fundaci√≥n ENAIRE y la Asociaci√≥n Profesional de Controladores de Tr√°nsito A√©reo (APROCTA) se present√≥ el cuento “Quiero ser controladora a√©rea” escrito por Jes√ļs Pedraz , controlador de ENAIRE que os invitamos a compartir al objeto de combatir la brecha de g√©nero entre hombres y mujeres, mostrando as√≠ nuestro apoyo a la incorporaci√≥n de la mujer a las profesiones aeron√°uticas.

Para leer el cuento sólo tienes que hacer clic en la imagen:

¬ŅConoces ENAIRE?

Domingo, 31 de marzo de 2019 admin Sin comentarios

Mientras los aviones surcan nuestro espacio a√©reo, m√°s de 3.700 personas te acompa√Īan en tierra, 24 horas al d√≠a, los 365 d√≠as del a√Īo.¬† ENAIRE gestiona la navegaci√≥n a√©rea en Espa√Īa desde el despegue al aterrizaje, m√°s de 2MM de vuelos en 2MM de Km2.

Pendientes de todo lo que ocurre en el aire y siempre con los pies en la tierra.

CANSO Standard of Excellence in Human Performance Management

Domingo, 24 de marzo de 2019 admin Sin comentarios

The ATM (Air Traffic Managemnet System) is interactive and complex, operating in a continually changing environment. Traditionally, the focus of human performance has been on, for example, incident investigation, recruitment, training or equipment design. While this isolated approach continues to deliver good human performance, it is also important that all areas that contribute to human performance are managed at a programme level, in an integrated manner. This is because each area is connected and this connection needs to be managed….

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Hindsight28 : ATC Change

Lunes, 25 de febrero de 2019 admin Sin comentarios

Eamonn Brennan was appointed by the 41 Member States of EUROCONTROL to lead the organisation as its Director General from 1 January 2018. As he highlights, there are many sayings that lead to the point  that change in  Air Traffic Control  is probably necessary, and it is better to embrace it and drive the change rather than resist it. The demand continues to grow, with over 16 million flights forecast by 2040. Our current systems, our current ways of working, will not be able to cope with these traffic levels, therefore there is no other choice but to change

Changing to adapt and adapting to change

Hindsight28 (Winter 2018/19)

Hinsight ATM Safety

Miércoles, 2 de enero de 2019 admin Sin comentarios

HindSight is produced for air traffic controllers by the EUROCONTROL Safety Improvement Sub-Group (SISG).

Issued twice a year, HindSight aims to help operational air traffic controllers to share in the experiences of other controllers who have been involved in ATM-related safety occurrences. In this way, they can broaden their understanding

You can view, download and share the latest issue

Hindsight 27 / Winter 2018