Japan Tightens Procedures For Remote Advisory Services

Japan’s Civil Aviation Bureau instituted more rigorous operational procedures for air traffic “officers” providing remote advisory services at five airports, following an incursion between a Noevir Aviation Eurocopter AS350 and a Japan Air Commuter Bombardier Q400 at the Yakushima Airport on Oct. 31...

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