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The role of the ATCO is to ensure the safe and expeditious flow of air traffic through the airspace for which he/she is responsible. The controller must remain alert and effective throughout his/her period of duty, whether by day or by night. At all times, he/she must be able to cope with additional unforeseen situations, such as an aircraft emergency, or extreme weather conditions.
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