National Air Traffic Controllers Association

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Highly skilled, dedicated and fully committed to ensuring the safety of every flight, America’s air traffic controllers comprise a veteran, proud team that serves the public with perfection as its minimum acceptable level of performance. Today’s controllers are working harder than ever before; there are fewer of them due to retirement losses, yet traffic continues to grow and they will soon see more than 700 million passengers use the system annually.


Certified in 1987, the National Air Traffic Controllers Association is one of the strongest and most influential labor unions in the federal sector and is an affiliate of the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO). NATCA, over 20,000 members strong, represents not only controllers but other safety-related professionals, including engineers, traffic management coordinators and staff specialists.

NATCA members embrace new technology and are eager to use the latest equipment and most efficient and modern procedures to help them maintain the safety of the system.

Despite challenges that have included the FAA dismissing NATCA technical liaisons from key projects and cutting off collaboration with controllers, NATCA remains focused on ensuring the safety of all new technology.

The union is in constant communication with its members as to the functionality and reliability of air traffic control equipment and procedures being implemented and utilized nationwide.

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National Air Traffic Controllers Association
1325 Massachusetts Avenue N.W.
Washington, DC 20005
United States

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Telephone: 
202-628-5451, 800-266-0895
Fax: 
202-628-5767

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