Dear fellow Air Traffic Controllers
Firstly let me start off by saying thanks for taking an interest in British Airways ATC!
As Head of ATC for BA VA and also an IFATC specialist with over 12,000 operations, I’m proud to announce that our virtual airline is looking for good knowlagable controllers to provide our pilots with a top quality service.
Our aim is to provide ATC services to our BA pilots on both expert and training servers, if you are an IFATC or regular TS1 controller and would like to be part of this well known VA please message either myself @IFATClewis or @Joshua_Fleming for further details.
im currently looking for 2 TS1 controllers so please act fast if you would like this opportunity to be apart of British Airways as these spaces might go in a short space of time.
Must be able to communicate via slack
IFATC Lewis. Head of BA ATC
TSATC Training regulations
• Candidates must pass the written test with bare minimum marks to progress to stage two , marks 9/13
•All candidates in the process of selection are PATC (potential ATC) and do not have authority to control any BA flights/events
•If candidates fail the written test a retry attempt will be given after 7 days.
•Once the written is passed candidates will be added to the ATC-Operations channel.
•If candidates fail the ATC practical, a retry attempt will be issued after 7 days and a full debrief after the test as well as training material for candidates to study in the meantime.
•Candidates will only get 3 retry attempts on both written and practical tests effective from 11/12/16
•Once passed the candidates will be awarded the TSATC badge and be able to control all BA TS1 flights/events
•ATC tests run every Saturday/Sunday
New TSATC will be under a probation period of a month, during this time they will be monitored by Senior Leadership Team and ATC supervisor @BenTyson
Inactivity for prolonged periods of time may result in removal from the ATC team