AvTech Unit Studying Wake Vortices To Increase Dubai Airport Capacity

Avtech Middle East is to study the behavior of wake vortices generated by aircraft arriving at Dubai International Airport, as part of plans to boost the capacity of the airport’s two parallel runways. The company will lead a study of wake data gathered by a Lockheed Martin lidar system installed at...

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