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ATC Problems in Decending Order
2010-03-18

ATC Problems in Decending Order
  1. Non-adherence to clearance, FAR's, or published procedures.
  2. Erroneous penetration of airspace - TCA's, ARSAs, or control zones.
  3. Airborne conflict
  4. Altitude deviations
  5. Equipment problem

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