ATC Career Application

VATSIM Romania is open to new members and visiting controllers.
We offer training for our members in ATC career. S1, S2, S3 and C1 ratings are welcome.
We have great plans for future, but we need more members.
Join ROvACC and help make a better community.
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In the registration process for vATC training in VATSIM Romania, you must consider the following aspects:

  • you use your real name
  • you are at least 13 years old according to the regulations in force (VATSIM Romania reserves the right not to accept users who are not at least 13 years old.)

Are you interested in becoming a ATCO (Air Traffic Control Officer) in Romania? If so, this is the right place to be. Before you start this form, please ensure that:

  • You have changed your region to Europe, Middle East and Africa Region (EMEA)
  • You have changed your division to Europe (excluding UK)
  • You have requested your VACC to be changed to Romania

To complete this, access where you will connect with SSO VATSIM and make sure you are registered in the:

  • Region: EMEA
  • Division: EUD
  • VACC: Romania

Once this is complete, fill in the form below:

    Your First Name (required)

    Your Last Name (required)

    VATSIM CID (required)

    Curently Rating (required)

    Your Email (required)

    Tell us your reasons for this application (required)

    At the moment, there are approximately 39 trainees on the waiting list for training.

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