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civilToday the Belize Department of Civil Aviation celebrated International Day of Air Traffic Controller. The day is observed annually on October 20th and Belize’s Civil Aviation took the time out to pay tribute to dedicated work done by Belize’s Air Traffic Control Officers. In a release, the Civil Aviation said it salutes quote, “their stalwart service to the country and people of Belize. Air travel continues to be a pillar of the Belizean economy, bringing obvious benefits to Belize's tourism product, trade, society and the business world. Every day, hundreds of flights, both national and international, traverse Belizean airspace delivering thousands of passengers and tons of cargo to their destination. On any given day, these hundreds of flights are safely guided through our skies, by our very own and highly capable Air Traffic Control Unit at the Philip Goldson International Airport,” unquote.

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