Remote Tower To Be Built At Budapest’s Airport

Budapest airport tarmac
Credit: Attila Kisbenedek / AFP / Getty Images

Budapest’s Ferenc Liszt International Airport (BUD) plans to become the first primary airport serving a European capital to have a remote air traffic control center. Spain-based electronics company Indra and HungaroControl have signed an agreement under which Indra will supply the off-site facility...

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