The Language of the Skies: The Bilingual Air Traffic Control Conflict in Canada (1983)

The Language of the Skies chronicles one of the most bitter crises in French-English relations in Canada: the bilingual air traffic control conflict which arose in the mid-1970s when francophone controllers and pilots attempted to use French, as well as English, in Quebec aviation.

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