Air Traffic Controllers have Govt’s ear
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS at Grantley Adams International Airport have been assured of Government’s sympathetic ear to their problems.
Senator Irene Sandiford-Garner told the Upper House yesterday that the men and women responsible for the safety of thousands of passengers and aircraft coming into Barbados’ air space, had legitimate frustrations that had led to previous work stoppages.
She was leading debate on the Civil Aviation Amendment Bill 2016, which was subsequently passed.
The Parliamentary Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism and International Transport told the Senate that in the past the air traffic controllers were frustrated because they did not feel their issues were being addressed adequately, and “they felt that they were suffering for far too long”. (GC)
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