LONDON—London City Airport is to begin using a remote air traffic tower from 2019. Airport operations will be controlled using Saab’s remote tower technology from a new center located at UK air navigation service provider’ National Air Traffic Services (NATS) facilities in Swanwick, England. The systems associated with the remote tower will be installed on a 50-m (160-ft.)-tall tower to be built in the airport’s long-stay car parking lot across the dock from the ...

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