IFATC Statistics WK 11MAY
Hello everyone & welcome to this week’s instalment of the new IFATC Statistics!
This week was once again another strong week on both the controlling and of course on the recruitment side of IFATC with a bunch of fresh numbers & new statistics placed into this week’s graphics.
Recap on new features...
Introducing the Controller Statistics
We’ve added an additional graphic to showcase a snapshot of the valuable work of the controllers on the expert server. In this new graphic, you’ll be able to find a variety of statistics ranging from how many operations the team accumulated in the week, to how many hours the team controlled as a whole; it’s amazing what the team achieves every week!! Additionally, we’ve also decided to feature those controllers who have been providing services to pilots all week long.
Be sure to check out these new features below!
Introducing the reworked Recruitment Statistics
Of course, we still have the original recruitment statistics that features a strong range of data from how many sessions the training team scheduled, to the amount of new controllers the team had throughout the entirety of the week; all showcasing the non-stop work of the IFATC Training/Recruitment team. As you’ll also see, we’ve added one or two new stats to the list in the graphic to further your insight into the overall program.
Be sure to keep an eye out for those & other features in the graphic below!
Let’s dig into this week’s statistics!
Overall, this week was definitely unique in contrast to other weeks with the entirety of the week being ATC Choice, with one or two highlighted hub airports for the day to provide a guaranteed active airport.
As seen in the graphics below, it proved to be very successful with an absolute ton of airports, frequencies and the like being continually open throughout the week as a result of the hard work of all controllers!
On the recruitment side of things, training requests were temporarily suspended in order to focus efforts on the current trainee base, as a result, we’ve had an increase in the scheduled amount of sessions throughout the week & more;
If you’d like to view a brief recap of the Controlling & Recruitment stats, feel free to check them out below:
As stated earlier, this was a very busy & of course unique week on the controlling side of IFATC
Throughout the week, the team accumulated a total of 85,683 operations all together with an average of 92.79 operations every single hour!
This was all done by the 373 controllers who controlled throughout the week and as a result we had over 1,192 ATC sessions, 188 Airports, and 420 ATC Freqs opened!
An awesome week once again!
Thank you to everyone who controlled & to all the pilots for flying out!
This week on the recruitment side of IFATC we have a few new trends and the like in the statistics
Overall, we had a grand total of 184 training sessions being scheduled throughout the week made up of 112 local sessions & 72 radar sessions. Ultimately, this resulted in an average of 26 sessions per day and resulted in 16 practical tests throughout the week.
We also had a total of 14 brand new controllers join the ranks this week who’ve many have been vigorously controlling throughout the week!
Of course, another huge thank you also goes out to the 62 attendees that came to sessions throughout the week & those that went above and beyond, this wouldn’t be possible without you guys!
Otherwise, that’s it from me this week.
See you in the skies or on the radar scope!
Till next week,
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IFATC Training Team Statistics: Week of 24th February
IFATC Training Team Statistics: Week of 3rd March
IFATC Training Team Statistics: Week of 9th March
IFATC Training Team Statistics: Week of 16th March
IFATC Training Team Statistics: Week of 23rd March
IFATC Weekly Statistics: Week of 4th May
A huge thank you to the following people for helping out a ton to make this instalment a reality:
- Aaron C
- Will A
- Chris S
- Adam C
- Tyler S