Brazil's air traffic control system will transfer from military to civilian control following a one-day walkout late last week by top-level ATC officials that forced the temporary closure of airports throughout the country and again highlighted the nation's ongoing ATC woes, which Brazilian airlines claim have cost them more than $48 million since September. Brazilian ATC has been troubled for months, with workers staging periodic slowdowns and walk-offs that have resulted in delays and ...

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