NATCA Airs Ire On Remote Tower Approach

Credit: NATCA
The National Air Traffic Controllers Association (Natca) wants the FAA to take a more active role in an upcoming test of remote control tower technologies for U.S. airports. “Natca’s number one concern is the lack of an agency owning the safety management system process,” said James Keith, a Natca...

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