Global action on climate change is planned for Friday 20 September. With the courageous youth climate strikers at its centre, literally thousands of cities across the world will be taking part to demand action to protect our planet and our future as a species. Whether the startling pictures of a burning Amazon rainforest, or the regular occurrence of so-called ‘once in a lifetime’ freak weather events, we are all being affected in some shape or form, and far bigger than the current shenanigans in Westminster.
The biggest obstacle to achieving a just and fair aviation industry is the increasing liberalisation, deregulation and privatisation that has become the hallmark of the sector.
ATM section president Simon Campbell-Gurry reports on an important new contact established with colleagues in our grades across Europe.
Jobs of the Future is a project launced, initially only within NATS, to identify what the jobs of our members could look like in 10-15 years.
The Department for Transport issued a consultation document on its Aviation 2050 strategy. PCS provided a response on behalf of its members.