Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization


Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization

Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization or (PATCO) may refer to:

* Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization (1968) - a historical trade union broken by Ronald Reagan
*Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization (AFSCME) - a division of AFSCME
*Professional Air Traffic Controllers Organization (2003) - an independent trade union


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