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ARTCAustralian Rail Track Corporation
ARTCArthrocare Corp (stock symbol)
ARTCAir Route Traffic Control
ARTCAtlanta Radio Theatre Company (small press audio publisher)
ARTCAlternative Routes to Teacher Certification (Delaware)
ARTCArt Theory and Criticism (various schools)
ARTCAssociation de la Recherche Theatrale au Canada
ARTCAndean Root and Tuber Crops
ARTCAssociation Rwandaise des Travailleurs Chrétiens (French)
ARTCAircraft Research and Testing Committee
ARTCAssociation Rwandaise des Conseillers en Traumatisme (French)
ARTCAir Reserve Test Center
ARTCAssociation des Routes et Transports du Canada (French: Roads and Transportation Association of Canada; Canada)
ARTCAdaptive Rapid Turnaround Communication
ARTCAhmanson Recruit Training Center (Los Angeles, CA)
ARTCArizona Right to Choose
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The FAA is also looking into a case in which two Lubbock, Texas, controllers neglected to transfer control of a departing plane to the Fort Worth Air Route Traffic Control Center.
The Salt Lake City Air Route Traffic Control Center (SLC ARTCC) and the Salt Lake City Terminal Radar Approach Control (S56 TRACON) have worked together to conduct the preliminary design work.
Another milestone in the ongoing modernisation of the Federal Aviation Administration's National Airspace System has been passed with the upgrading of Denver's Air Route Traffic Control Centre, under which Lockheed Martin has replaced 14-year-old storage devices as part of its ongoing Host and Oceanic Computer System Replacement (HOCSR) programme.
Under terms of the original contract, Harris was tasked with developing, procuring, installing and supporting 24 WARP systems at FAA Air Route Traffic Control Centers (ARTCC) and the Air Traffic Control System Command Center (ATCSCC).
In order to understand the complexity of the problems facing the FAA, we must examine and understand the operation of the Air Traffic Control System (ATCS) and the Air Route Traffic Control Center (ARTCC).
Known as Radio Communications Link (RCL), the network interconnects Air Route Traffic Control Centers (Centers) located in major cities throughout the U.S.
He had been the first to pick out a background voice in Anchorage's Air Route Traffic Control Center saying, "A person should warn him,' which had made something of a splash in Federal District Court in Washington, where the suit brought against the U.S.
It can be a terminal radar approach control (Tracon) serving a nearby major airport, or it can be an air route traffic control center (ARTCC), which covers larger, multistate geographic areas.
Used at all 20 Air Route Traffic Control Centers in the United States, ERAM has been used to transform America's en route air traffic control automation system by predicting the path of aircrafts and helping passengers get to their destinations sooner.
The wild ocean of air between and above those TRACON islands is operated by Air Route Traffic Control Centers (ARTCCs), or simply "Center" on-frequency.
An air traffic controller falls asleep while on duty during the midnight shift at the Miami Air Route Traffic Control Center.
He is a supervisory traffic management coordinator with the Federal Aviation Administration's Oakland Air Route Traffic Control Center in California.