German Controllers Handled 2,200 Flights Remotely, DFS Says

Credit: Saarbrücken International Airport: Kleinblittersdorfer
Air traffic controllers in three months have handled 2,200 flights at Saarbrücken International Airport (SCN) in western Germany from a remote facility 450 km (280 mi.) away, air navigation service provider DFS Deutsche Flugischerung said March 6. DFS started controlling traffic at SCN from a remote...

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