ATCA Journal of Air Traffic Control - Authors Guidelines

The editor and publications committee of the Journal of Air Traffic Control welcome article queries and submissions for consideration.

Guidelines for Submitting Articles

Articles should be approximately 2,500 words and address subjects of interest to the air traffic control community.

Letters to the editor, book reviews, and short commentaries will also be considered.

Please submit articles as MS WORD file as e-mail attachments (preferred) or as a digital file on a CD via postal mail.

Submissions should include all artwork (graphs, charts, etc.) and a brief bio of the author.

The Journal of Air Traffic Control follows the Associated Press style. For complete references, please consult The Associated Press Stylebook and Libel Manual.

Articles will be considered for publication throughout the calendar year. If accepted, the editor and publications committee will determine the journal issue (i.e. Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall) in which the article will appear.
Please click here for detailed guidelines on formatting

Send to:
Marion Brophy
Editor, Journal of Air Traffic Control
Air Traffic Control Association
1101 King Street, Suite 300
Alexandria, Virginia 22314-2944
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