Aircraft take-off and landings at Saarbrücken Airport in Germany are now being handled by air traffic controllers based in a remote tower 450 kilometres away in Leipzig.
Remote towers will allow for safe and efficient air traffic services, potentially reducing the costs for air traffic services at airports by 30% to 40%, writes Avinor’s Jan Østby.
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