The average pay for a Flight Control Manager is €27,849 a year and €13 an hour in Italy.
The average salary range for a Flight Control Manager is between €20,409 and €33,997.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Italy.
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Directs and coordinates activities of commercial airline flight control center concerned with dispatching aircraft on scheduled flights and controlling flight movements on routes in accordance with federal and company regulations and policies: assigns aircraft dispatching and flight controlling duties for specific scheduled flights on designated routes to center personnel, basing assignments on knowledge and abilities of personnel and human resource requirements for operation of flight control center.
Reviews dispatching and flight control actions taken by control center personnel for conformance with federal and company regulations and procedures.
Explains to center personnel prescribed methods and procedures for planning flight operations and sequences to be followed in dispatching (releasing) flight and controlling aircraft on route.
Interviews prescreened applicants for center staff to ascertain abilities and qualifications and recommends qualified applicants to personnel department.
Instructs new employees on federal and company regulations and procedures for dispatch of aircraft and control of flight movements.
Evaluates center personnel on job proficiency and recommends such personnel actions as salary increases, promotions, disciplinary actions, and dismissals.
Must possess valid aircraft dispatchers certificate of competency issued by federal aviation agency.