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Air traffic controller 'choked under pressure', causing near-miss
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The report said an aerodrome controller was undergoing an annual proficiency assessment in the Hamilton air traffic control tower operated by air traffic service provider Airways on December 17, 2015 with an assessor sitting behind, the NZ Herald reported.
Planes nearly COLLIDE after air traffic controller becomes 'overwhelmed by circumstances'Daily Mail
Two planes nearly crashed during traffic controller's assessmentWaikato Times

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