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International Operations and Procedures

Welcome to the International Operations and Procedures office, stop seven of your tour.  Only three more stops to go!
International Operations and Procedures Specialists provide advisory and technical support to other federal agencies, the airspace user community, and international Air Traffic Service providers.  They serve as the focal point for developing and promoting activities with international Air Traffic Flow Management Units.

Traffic Management Specialists develop global traffic flow management programs and procedures, and represent the FAA at forums addressing the development of procedures and aviation systems that have an impact on the NAS and international community.

Your next stop is at the National Operations Control Center (NOCC).
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