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Costa Rica’s Air Traffic Controllers Reach Agreement

Costa Rica’s air traffic controllers reached an agreement on Monday after a meeting with the General Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGAC) and Ministerio de Obras Públicas y Transportes (MOPT) – to address some of the complaints raised by the controllers.
From the control tower at the San Jose (Juan Santamaria) international airport. Photo Facebook
On Saturday, through a press release, the Sindicato de Controladores Profesionales en Tránsito Aéreo de Costa Rica – Union of Professional Air Traffic Controllers of Costa Rica – indicated that they would delay flights as a measure of protest against staff shortages, accumulated vacations and non-payment of overtime, among other complaints.
However, put on hold any kind of pressure once authorities agreed to meet.
Ronald Vega, spokesperson for the union, explained that they were pleased

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