Da Vinci Students visit San Diego TRACon and Lindbergh Control Tower
Ever wonder what air traffic controllers do? Well, they don't stand on the tarmac and direct planes with lighted batons. Air traffic controllers are responsible for the lives of hundreds of thousands of passengers who fly daily in the United States and the rest of the world.
Giving Kids Wings Flight Academy students at Da Vinci Science High School now know what a career as an air traffic controller is all about. After visiting the San Diego TRACon and Lindbergh Tower at San Diego International Airport, students know that a career as an air traffic controller is a high-stress, high-paying, rewarding job available to them in the future, should they choose to pursue it.
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