receiving unit/controller

receiving unit/controller
i. A controller or facility receiving control for an aircraft from another controller or facility. The responsibility for control now rests with the receiving unit or controller.
ii. Air traffic services unit/air traffic controller to which a message is sent (ICAO).

Aviation dictionary. 2014.

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