Swedish transportation officials have approved the country’s air navigation provider, LFV, to begin using a Saab-built remote tower for takeoff and landing operations at the Ornskoldsvik Airport, located 54 nm from its air traffic controllers in Sundsvall. Saab says daily operations with the remote tower, expected to go live this fall, will distinguish Ornskoldsvik as the “first airport in the world to be controlled using Saab’s Remote Tower technology”. The go-ahead ...
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