FAA’s Departure Clearance Datacomm Beats Scheduling Expectations

FAA’s introduction of data communications between pilots and air traffic control (ATC) towers is about one year ahead of schedule, executives at Harris report. The capability, Controller Pilot Datalink Communications-Departure Clearance (CPDLC-DCL), is in place at Boise Airport in Idaho, Salt Lake...

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