Old 8th Nov 2019, 23:52
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Originally Posted by Squawk7700 View Post
If itís too much workload for one controller, then there is a problem with the system, split it up and find another controller. Itís not rocket science!
Absolutely true. Unfortunately, the system does not allow to 'split it up' like you suggest. A combination of both TAAATS limitations and staffing numbers don't allow stuff like this to be split. The controller would have been responsible for a large piece of airspace, which included Coffs steps. You can't just pull out the C steps into a different controllers jurisdiction.

We are going in the wrong direction whilst the industry demands more 'efficiency', and the government demands more dividends from Airservices.

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