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Jack directs a plane to descend and maintain Flight Level six zero zero zero. Flight Levels are only used above 18,000 feet. He should have directed him to "six thousand" instead of using a Flight Level. See more »
On an average day above the United States, over 200,000 aircraft carry more than 2,000,000 people guided by less than 3,000 air traffic controllers.
"My biggest fear? When you've done all you can do and you still have to listen as the image disappears from your screen." - Air Traffic Controller, Los Angeles En Route Center
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Air traffic controller helps plane in trouble on hectic night.
I loved this movie. The story was exciting. The characters were wonderful. The acting was great. I have seen it more than once and keeps me interested and excited every time. I can really empathize with air traffic controllers after watching "Ground Control". I wish they would do a sequel.
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