Do you have what it takes to be an air traffic controller at a busy international airport?
As an air traffic controller, it is your job to keep aircraft from colliding, while avoiding unnecessary delays. You are paid the big bucks for your visualization skills and guts. Just like the real job of an air traffic controller, you must pay attention and keep your eyes moving. There is always something that you could be doing! You must give takeoff clearances, landing clearances and taxi clearances in a strategic effort to maintain safety and efficiency where there would otherwise be total chaos.
This is not a spectator's sport! After successful completion of all 14 levels of this simulation you will become an expert at visualization and managing priorities.
This simulation contains 7 different challenging airport layouts. You will be required to work at night, and occasionally in poor weather conditions. Knowledge of air traffic control is not required to be a top-notch air traffic controller in Airport Madness, but you do require nerves of steel. There are two airports to choose from, and you have the choice of playing a levels-based game, or a continuous-play game.
Airport Madness 2 offers:
• Two airport layouts
• 7 levels per airport layout
• Option for continuous-play with adjustable air traffic intensity
• Absolutely no ads
• Absolutely no in-app purchases
As an air traffic controller in this game, your job is to keep aircraft from colliding, while trying to avoid creating unnecessary delays. You will have to pay attention and keep your eyes moving. As in real life, there is always something you should be doing. You must give takeoff clearances, landing clearances and taxi clearances in a strategic effort to maintain safety and efficiency where there would otherwise be total chaos.
EARN A BIG SALARY
Your starting salary is $30,000 and your wage increases, based on your efficiency. Don't let the aircraft wait! As they sit on the taxiway waiting, you lose money. Keep them moving! There will always be airplanes waiting at the gate, waiting for a takeoff clearance, or waiting to cross a runway.
Safety first! Don't push it. If you don't think there will be enough time to squeeze out an airplane, let him sit. If you have three crashes, your game is over. You're washed up! Finished!!