To celebrate Women of Aviation week and Women’s History month, we caught up with some of our air traffic controllers at Prestwick Centre to find out why encouraging more women into aviation is important to them and what inspired them into their roles…
Earlier this year, we were fortunate enough to host the South East regional final of the 2023 CyberFirst Girls Competition. This was our third time, and it was as inspiring as the first.
I’m sure by the time you are reading this article you will be fully aware that today is International Women’s Day. Marked every year on 8 March, it aims to celebrate women’s achievements and increase visibility, while calling out inequality. This year, International Women’s Day also happens to also coincide with Women of Aviation Week, which aims to address the gender imbalance across our industry.
Michael Snook talks about his role as an Aircraft Control Position Operator and why you should apply to be one too!
This week, NATS is celebrating Tomorrow’s Engineers week and the International Day of the Air Traffic Safety Electronics Personnel, both of which aim to shine a spotlight on engineers and the key role they play in every workplace.
Scott joined NATS in 2000 for what was initially a 12 month contract as an Aircraft Control Position Operator, 22 years later, he tells us about how his love of gaming led to a career in aviation and why you should apply to be an ACPO.