The Guild of Air Traffic Control Officers
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The Guild of Air Traffic Control Officers is a guild of air traffic controllers founded in 1952. It has over 2000 members spread over 125 locations in the UK and overseas in both civilian and military sectors.
GATCO is a Member Association of IFATCA. GATCO also addresses medical, training. licensing and legal matters in the aviation sector. It also monitors medical aspects of licensing, stress, and working hours of ATCs.
|Chief Executive Officer||Julian Ogilvie|
|Deputy President||Mark Taylor|
|Vice President (Policy)||John Welton|
|Vice President (Communications)||Katie Mason|
|Vice President (Administration & Finance)||Mark Taylor|
|Executive Secretary||Sian Ryan|
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