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ATCCAmerican Type Culture Collection (Manassas, VA, USA)
ATCCAir Traffic Control Center
ATCCAustralian Touring Car Championship
ATCCAir Threat Conference Call (US National Military Command Center)
ATCCAir Travel Complaints Commissioner (Canadian Transportation Agency)
ATCCAiredale Terrier Club of Canada
ATCCAntiterrorism Coordinating Committee (US DoD)
ATCCAssociation Tunisienne de lutte contre le Cancer (French: Tunisian Association for fighting Against Cancer
ATCCAuckland Triumph Car Club (New Zealand)
ATCCAmerican Technical Ceramics Corporation (Huntington Station, NY)
ATCCAshore Tactical Command Center
ATCCAtlantic Division Transport Control Center (HQ)
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The guests visited the new the Airspace Supervision and Efficiency Center (ASEC) and the Azeraeronavigation Air Traffic Control Center (AZANS).
The Tokyo Air Traffic Control Center is located in Tokorozawa, Saitama Prefecture, about 30 kilometers northwest of central Tokyo.
Also, the parties discussed the prospects for cooperation between the Azeraeronavigation Air Traffic Control Center (AZANS) and CANSO, including the issues of joining of AZANS to the CANSO Europe Executive Committee, as well as Azerbaijani specialists' participation in the working groups of the organization.
The Boeing 737 jet landed around 6:47 a.m., after reporting the fire to the Land, Infrastructure and Transport Ministry's Fukuoka air traffic control center while in-flight near Kagoshima airport around 6:25 a.m., the officials said.
A JAL plane carrying 51 passengers and crew members landed Friday night on a runway closed for maintenance at Haneda airport on instruction by the air traffic control center. All 18 air traffic controllers on duty forgot about the runway closure.
The 26-year-old controller and the female supervisor, 32, at the Tokyo Air Traffic Control Center in Tokorozawa, Saitama Prefecture, told police what instructions they had given the two planes and explained events at the center at the time of the incident, police said.
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