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  • Air Board (Canada) — The Air Board was Canada s first governing body for aviation that existed from 1919 to 1923. The Canadian government established the Air Board by act of Parliament on June 6, 1919 with the purpose of controlling all flying within Canada. The Air… …   Wikipedia

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  • Future Air Navigation System — The world s Air Traffic Control system still uses components defined in the 1940s s following the 1944 meeting in Chicago which launched the creation of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). This traditional ATC system uses analog …   Wikipedia

  • Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization (1968) — For the active PATCO labor unions or disambiguation, see PATCO (disambiguation). PATCO Full name Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization Founded 1968 Date dissolved 1981 …   Wikipedia

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