Countering Incorrect Flight Data in Flight, Part 3

TWA and UAL flight path
The flight paths of TWA Flight 2 and United Airlines Flight 718 on June 30, 1956. Image credit: FAA
This last part of the article series focuses on communicating. This second part’s theme is navigating and the first part is aviating. As late as the 1950s, en route air traffic control consisted of pilots maintaining their own separation by looking out the window with no communications between...

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