FAA Implements 'Interim Plan' To Prevent Absent Controller Incidents

The FAA is implementing an “interim plan” to prevent a recurrence of the incident at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) in which two flights that were coming for landings March 23 were unable to contact anyone in the control tower (Aviation Daily, March 25). The National Transportation...

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