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IATA Training | Human Factors in Aviation | Overview from the instructor

April 19, 2022

Having a foundation in optimizing the fit between people and the systems they work in, is integral for improving safety and performance in aviation.

Gain a comprehensive overview of its effect and management, as well its application to safety investigation activities in IATA's Human Factors course.

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Northern Territory Airports

Northern Territory Airports (NTAPL) employ over 80 full-time employees alongside contracted personnel to provide key airport services. As a direct airport group of companies together with our airline customers, we handled over 2.4 million arriving, departing and transit passengers, and the combination of all of the on airport and off-airport businesses that support them contribute over 1.5% of the Gross State Product of the Northern Territory. Moreover, we employ over 1600 people when including our airline customers.

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Spotlight

Northern Territory Airports

Northern Territory Airports (NTAPL) employ over 80 full-time employees alongside contracted personnel to provide key airport services. As a direct airport group of companies together with our airline customers, we handled over 2.4 million arriving, departing and transit passengers, and the combination of all of the on airport and off-airport businesses that support them contribute over 1.5% of the Gross State Product of the Northern Territory. Moreover, we employ over 1600 people when including our airline customers.

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