FAA’s ATCSCC In Warrenton, Va., Completes Transition

FAA’s Air Traffic Control System Command Center—which coordinates national air traffic at a strategic level—has completed its transition to a new purpose-built facility in Warrenton, Va. Construction of the 64,000-sq.-ft. building started in late 2008. The new facility was built beside the existing...

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