Saarbrücken is Germany’s first airport with remote ATC
Saarbrücken Airport has become the first in Germany to have its air traffic controlled remotely from a control center located 450 km (280 miles) away in Leipzig. German air navigation service provider (ANSP) DFS said a Luxair Bombardier Q400 turboprop was the first aircraft to land at Saarbrücken...
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