NATCA represents over 20,000 controllers, engineers and other safety-related professionals, with membership from every state, territory and possession of the United States. Certified in 1987, we are one of the strongest and most influential labor unions in the federal sector, and a direct affiliate of the AFL-CIO.
Communicating for Safety (CFS) has had the industry's top aviation leaders and stakeholders attend the conference since it first began. Both FAA Administrator Michael Huerta and Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood attended their first CFS in 2012 in Atlanta, and hopefully not their last.
Held on the last night of Communicating for Safety (CFS), the Archie League Awards is held during a dinner banquet where attendees are able to listen to an audio recording of the featured winner's saves.
The ability to become a sponsor during this conference involves tiers, possible partial sponsorships as well as advertisement and exhibit booth opportunities. There are also special opportunities available for non-profit organizations. Find out how to become a sponsor or exhibitor today.
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