FAA Cuts Radio Resources As Inflight Weather Becomes Norm

Increasingly ubiquitous inflight weather information is largely behind an FAA move to decommission 30% of the about 2,100 remote communications outlets (RCOs) that pilots historically have called during flights over the U.S., Hawaii and Puerto Rico to get weather and advisory information.The...

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