This paper introduces a new kind of communication system that is proposed for oceanic air traffic control, especially works under the high air traffic conditions. The aircraft position reports are sent to the ground controllers by relaying them via other aircrafts. To do so, multi-hop ad-hoc networks that are based on these aircrafts is proposed to use. In addition, a proper multiple access scheme with optimal values is also proposed that allows the aircrafts to operate autonomously in a valid region. Furthermore, with accurate time obtained from equipped means, the Position aided-autonomous idle timeslot reuse scheme (PAAITR) is proposed to reuse the idle timeslots caused by the sparse aircraft distributions. And another scheme, that is proposed to improve the connectivity under sparse aircraft distributions; which is aided by interference power in the feedback information (IB-NS). In all, the combined conditions and schemes show the applicability to utilize this system for future air traffic control communications.