Along the same lines as Sydney Air Traffic Services and Radar 1981, in this document Glenn Strkalj overviews RAAF Williamtown Air Traffic Control and Radar as it was in 1981.
As Williamtown Air Traffic Control made a significant position fix of VH-MDX, it is of high importance to understand the limitations, normal procedures and equipment used at RAAF Williamtown during the VH-MDX accident.
A detailed overview of these aspects is carried out using a number of Air Traffic Control Officers (ATCO’s) including the ATCO on duty during the night of the VH-MDX accident for collection of pragmatic information.
Former and current RAAF Air Traffic Controllers have provided sterling support to the author in clarifying both technical and non-technical aspects of the RAAF Williamtown Air Traffic Control environment of 1981.
This document also provides solid information and data to conduct flight path analysis with.
RAAF Williamtown Air Traffic Control and Radar 1981 V4.pdf
|Date:||August 11, 2015|