Air Traffic Controller

Air traffic is growing. In order to guide traffic and to manage the ever increasing flows, skeyes is regularly searching for new and motivated candidate air traffic controllers.

What do our air traffic controllers do?

As an air traffic controller you are responsible for safe and efficient incoming, outgoing and overflying air traffic in the controlled airspace above Belgium and the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. Every year, skeyes controls over 1 million aircraft movements. Both during the day and at night our air traffic controllers are on hand to give the pilots the necessary instructions regarding their flight level, flight paths and most importantly, to ensure that aircrafts remain at a safe distance from one other. Ladies and gentlemen, please board for this exciting job and reach the sky!

Will you help us keep our airspace safe? Become an air traffic controller!

Registrations for the Air Traffic Controller recruitment exam 2019 are closed. Are you interested in a career as an Air Traffic Controller?

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01 // Requirements

02 // Selection process

What are the different steps in the selection process?


The training to become an air traffic controller consists of two important successive phases :

During the training you will be assessed at different periods. Following the result of each assessment you either go on to the next training course, restart the previous one or stop the training all together. All training courses and assessments (written or oral) are completely conducted in English.


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