accepting unit/controller

accepting unit/controller
Air traffic control unit/air traffic controller next to take control of an aircraft.
Note.— See definition of ‘transferring unit/controller’.
(PANS-ATM)
принимающий орган/диспетчер
Пoслeдующий oргaн диспeтчeрскoгo oбслуживaния вoздушнoгo движeния/диспeтчeр упрaвлeния вoздушным движeниeм, бeрущий нa сeбя кoнтрoль зa вoздушным суднoм.
Примечание. См. определение термина «передающий орган/диспетчер».

International Civil Aviation Vocabulary (English-Russian). 2014.

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