Necessity will be the mother of invention when it comes to remote control towers for the state of Colorado, where uncontrolled airports near ski resorts are swamped with snowbird traffic in the winter but can be ghost towns in the summer. The conundrum is this: With no control towers, getting tourists to those airports in a reliable fashion to fuel the tourist economy can be iffy at best in winter weather, and the asymmetric traffic loading throughout the year does not justify ...
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