Air Traffic Control: FAA Needs to Better Prepare for Impending Wave of Controller Attrition : Report to the Chairman and Ranking Democratic Member of the Subcommittee on Aviation, House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure
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Air Traffic Control System
Special Requirements Affect the Hiring and Retirement of Air Traffic
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Academy officials addition air traffic controllers Annuity Calculations attrition scenarios College Comprehensive Workforce Plan confidence interval controller candidates controller retirement controller staffing controller training controller workforce controlling traffic CSRS current controllers current supervisors Daniel Webster College developed eligible to retire end of fiscal ensure evaluation exam exempt experienced controllers FAA estimates FAA Is Facing FAA Needs FAA officials FAA's controller Facing Increased Controller Federal Aviation Administration federal employees FERS fiscal year 2011 fiscal-year total flight service station future attrition GAO's analysis GAO's Survey Growing Attrition Hampton University Higher Staffing Levels human capital identify Increased Controller Hiring June 30 leave FAA Levels and Growing military controllers NATCA number of controllers percent of current percentage of fiscal-year personnel Plan for Air plan to leave potential rate of separation response Retirement and Attrition route centers sample simulation specialist ranks staff Survey of Air TRACON traffic control facilities