Macedonian Air Traffic Controllers Association - MATCA

The Macedonian Air Traffic Controllers Association – MATCA is a voluntary professional association of highly trained air traffic controllers and air traffic control assistants at the national level of the Republic of North Macedonia. These air navigation professionals make a vital contribution to the Macedonian economy, and they facilitate the modern life by coordinating safe, orderly and expeditious movement of millions of passengers and tons of cargo over our skies, every year. MATCA’s seat is in Skopje and it’s a member of IFATCA.

Study – ATCO Fatigue

As part of its work on the human dimension of the Single European Sky (SES), and to complement its various initiatives related to the licensing and

CISM or Critical Incident Stress Management is a worldwide vision for mutual aid and a program that MATCA presented for the first time 7 years

On the occasion of today’s March 8 – International Women’s Day, MATCA supports IFATCA in the Invest in women: Accelerate Progress campaign. For this purpose,

The Macedonian Air Traffic Controllers Association signed a cooperation agreement with the Air Traffic Controllers Association of Montenegro. This memorandum is aimed at achieving mutual

ERM 2024 website launched

As of a few days ago, MATCA finished setting up the website www.erm2024.org This web site, which was specially created for the participants of the

The Macedonian Air Traffic Controllers Association congratulates the election of our member – Edmond Kaliqi as a member of the Supervisory Board of M-NAV GOJSC.

National

MATCA represents ATCOs and ATCAs from the Republic of North Macedonia

Professional

MATCA unites and protects the professional aspects of the ATCO and ATCA profession

Non-profit

MATCA is a registered non-profit association with a seat in Skopje

Non-political

Matca is a non-government organization and maintains political independence

MATCA is a member of IFATCA

IFATCA is an international collective of air traffic controller associations. It represents over 50.000 air traffic controllers from 130 countries, which makes it the largest and most comprehensive representative body for air traffic control in the world.