The panoramic view from an airport’s air traffic control (ATC) tower is about to be commonly complemented, if not supplanted, by video displays with overlaid information. A handful of European airports are starting to gain experience with remote towers—a concept where ATC service is rendered from a distant site. Overall, their assessment has been positive. Their experience is closely watched by several countries and airports that are considering using remote towers, too. The ...


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