Budapest Signals Mainstream Push For Remote Towers

While contemplating how best to deploy a temporary tower for eight months during an upcoming refurbishment of the 32-year-old iconic twin-legged control tower at Budapest’s Ferenc Liszt International Airport, Gyula Hangyal had an epiphany: “If we need to move out of the tower for the refurbishment...

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