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ATC during COVID-19

Old 18th Apr 2020, 13:36
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that is very strange to say at least. Eurcontrol has taken a loan of 1.56 billion € to avoid this kind of scenarios - the money is intended for ATM providers...
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Old 18th Apr 2020, 13:59
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The euro control loan is only intended to provide ANSPs with a portion of their lost ‘predicted’ income from the withholding of route charges, and then of course the collapse in route charge income. It is to run from March to June or July. It will in no way meet their current outgoings without significant further cost cutting, and unless there is a virtually instantaneous return of traffic levels, it would seem job losses or wage and conditions reductions are inevitable without governmental intervention. Does your government have any money sloshing around to keep up conditions at the moment?
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Old 19th Apr 2020, 08:12
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Originally Posted by etrust View Post
What measures are you putting in place during the pandemic to ensure minimum chance of infection transmission, and to ensure continuation of Operations in the case of a person testing positive in the Operational environment?
In CH, remote training has been taking place. (cf. post on their website)
I think that in OPS, instead of seating next to each other, they are spaced by one station (each position has 3 radar stations next to each other).
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Old 22nd Apr 2020, 09:40
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Old 2nd May 2020, 09:06
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Ukraine. Usual 6 teams are devided into 12 teams. 2 cycles on duty, 2 cycles at home. Till end of this year. salary cut by 50%.
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Old 16th May 2020, 09:47
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Originally Posted by midhurst View Post
HungaroControl are using their remote tower at Budapest to operate split tower shifts - alternating shifts between the remote tower and "normal" tower, to cut down the risk of spreading the virus amongst operational ATCOs.
Was the Budapest remote tower being used as the full time operational tower for Budapest Airport prior to CV19? I understand that that was supposed to happen this year. If not, that still on track for this year?
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