LAS VEGAS—American Airlines is looking at additional ways to leverage a surface-management and communications tool that has improved taxiing efficiency and reduced radio traffic between pilots and controllers at two of its hubs. American has been using Saab’s Aerobahn suite at Phoenix Sky Harbor International and Miami International airports for several years. The carrier’s primary goal is to enable its ramp-tower controllers to signify to FAA main tower controllers when ...

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