Possible job cuts coming to air traffic controllers across Canada including Regina

NAV Canada, hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic, is considering cutting air traffic controller jobs at seven towers across Canada, including the Regina International Airport.

It’s an effort to save money as the global health crisis continues to drag down air traffic.

Some aviation experts and airlines warn that reducing the number of people who control air traffic and ensure aircraft keep their distance in the sky and on the ground would amount to removing a layer of protection.


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