A high-profile ATM blunder in Washington underscores the growing demand for high-fidelity surveillance data of aircraft on the ground. On July 31, miscommunication between remotely located approach controllers in Virginia and tower controllers at Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) led to a loss of separation as the tower cleared aircraft to depart northbound while terminal area controllers were lining up arrivals for landing in the opposite direction. While updated training ...

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