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Passenger movements in Australian
airspace will double by 2035.

This means Air Traffic Controllers will be forced to work under intense conditions with unrealistic rosters.

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Air traffic controllers move nearly
150 million people every year

They deserve fair rosters and pay so they can perform at their best.

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Work intensity and rostering

Medical evidence shows you need realistic breaks between shifts, length of time between runs of consecutive shifts and clear days-off.

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Fatigue management

You must perform at your best every shift - tiredness results in rising stress levels and ultimately lower productivity.

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Fair wages

Air services have already flagged they want drive a cut in real wages.

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Liam

"There comes a point in your training where you’re not allowed to make mistakes anymore. That’s fair enough because we have people’s lives in our hands - but even the training is stressful!"

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Tom

"When there’s an emergency, like loss of pressurisation, cabin fire, engine failure - we are trained to respond. I rely on my training and my experience. I connect with the pilots on the flight deck and try to anticipate their needs."

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Cheryl

"Our workload increases significantly when there’s bad weather or delays. All the flights are dodging the weather. They all want to go in that same airspace – to get clear of it. We manage daily challenges associated with level occupation and volumes of traffic"

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