Last month, a Swiss air traffic controller, an employee of Skyguide, that country’s air navigation service provider, was found guilty of a negligent disruption of public transport for an incident that occurred at Zurich Airport in September, 2012. In the 2012 incident, a commercial aircraft operated by Darwin Airline took off while a private sports aircraft on a training flight was on approach. No details of the distances between the aircraft involved were released. In April and October of 2018, two additional air traffic controllers were, “convicted by the Swiss Federal Penal Court and by the Cantonal Court of Zurich respectively for operational incidents. Switzerland is a signatory member of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) that has pushed hard for extending the Just Culture philosophy in search of data to improve aviation industry safety around the world.