Keeping Our Airspace Safe
Riverside, CA, March Field Air Museum– Saturday July 20, 2013 at 1:00 PM March Field Air Museum will present a one hour briefing by retired air traffic controller John Dutto. John Dutto, a 29 year FAA Air Traffic Control Supervisor and Air Traffic Control Specialist, will be discussing keeping our airspace safe.
From 1974 to 1978 John worked at Air Traffic Control in the USAF. He began his FAA career in 1982 at Los Angeles Approach Control. He served as Air Traffic Control Supervisor and Air Traffic Control Specialist throughout a 29 year FAA career. Retiring in November 2011, provided ATC services at Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Southern California TRACONS.
“ The public often doesn’t know the intricacies of what goes on behind the scenes while we travelers sit back in our seats and enjoy our flights. John offers us a chance to learn more about that world that is hidden away from us, yet is one of the most important aspects of our travelling experience”, says museum director Patricia Korzec. “ “In light of the recent crash in San Francisco this program may be able to help the public understand the importance of our air traffic controllers.
Regular museum admission is $10.00 for adults and $5.00 for children 5 to 12. March Field Air Museum is open Tuesday through Sunday.
22550 Van Buren Blvd., Riverside CA 92518.
For more information about March Field Air Museum please contact Annie Lunetta at 951/902-5949, annie @marchfield.org or visit the website at www.marchfield.org.