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Eric Labardini

LR Advocate

National Air Traffic Controllers Association

HQ Phone:  (202) 628-5451

Direct Phone: (832) ***-****direct phone

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National Air Traffic Controllers Association

1325 Massachusetts Avenue , Nw

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20005

United States

Company Description

In 1987, the National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) was founded to advocate preserving the strength and stability of our air traffic control system, and to represent the controllers responsible for ensuring the safety of the flying public. That s...more

Background Information

Employment History

Controller

Houston Center


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Regional Activists

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Eric Labardini - ZHU
LR Advocate eric.labardini@natca.net Phone: 832.860.4108


Houston Center Officers and Elected Officials

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Eric Labardini - Rocksprings Specialty


www.airtrafficmanagement.net

The flight also demonstrated a successful non-radar operation that crossed a variety of air traffic, including flights to popular resorts in Mexico, said Eric Labardini, a Houston Centre controller and a National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) representative.
"The Gulf of Mexico's airspace has a high traffic volume from a variety of users that typically lack surveillance. Finding routes that safely cross this airspace is a complex undertaking," Labardini said. "Houston Centre has a long history of supporting ADS-B. The controllers appreciate the benefit, as well as the user, and we are all cautiously optimistic. He praised the quick turnaround in the cooperation between the FAA with NATCA and airline officials on a flight route solution. "It really highlights a good example of collaboration and how quickly things can come to a successful result," Labardini said.


Speciality Reps

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Eric Labardini


National Air Traffic Controllers Association

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Eric Labardini832-860-4108 HOUSTON - In a move that reinforces recent survey results cementing the Federal Aviation Administration's lowly position as the worst place to work in government, the agency last week waited until the last possible moment to tell controllers at Houston Air Route Traffic Control Center their families were not allowed in the facility as Hurricane Rita directly threatened the area."Before Hurricane Rita arrived, everyone assumed it would be devastating for the Houston area.Our controllers were torn between family and work obligations," said Eric Labardini, a representative for the National Air Traffic Controllers Association at Houston Center."Some of these controllers who were scheduled to work over the weekend sent their families out of town and some just had them ride out the storm at home while they worked."Because FAA management was so slow in deciding to refuse to allow families into the facility, Labardini added, "Many still had families in town."The FAA's heartless actions, while not surprising, stand in stark contrast to other employers of essential personnel in Houston, who went out of their way to protect employees and their families," Labardini said.


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