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control tower

a tower at an airport from which air traffic is controlled

control tower

[kən′trōl ‚tau̇·ər]
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Our stunning new Air Traffic Control Tower, which is an integral part of this development programme, will be one of the most sophisticated, state-of-the-art facilities in the world, thanks to the systems from Thales," stated Ahmed Al Haddabi, Adac's senior vice president of Airport Operations.
airports, potentially showing remote towers to be a safe, cost-effective alternative to building and maintaining an air traffic control tower," said Ken Kaminski, general manager of Saab ATM.
From our vantage point in the current air traffic control tower we will be able to see progress every day, and it promises to be an exciting new addition to the airport landscape.
7 million air traffic control tower is expected to be in service in 2011, and construction is set to start immediately, Suffolk said.
plans are afoot to extend the main runway and build a new air traffic control tower.
2m landmark development is the most advanced air traffic control tower in British aviation history.
The major elements of the JFK redevelopment include a new air traffic control tower, a redesigned on-airport roadway network, an airport utilities improvement program and an automated people-mover system linking the passenger terminals and a planned transit access system now being developed by the Port Authority.
Knight E/A's project portfolio includes Chicago's Kennedy Expressway, Midway Airport's new air traffic control tower and the Chicago Marine Safety Station.
Contract notice: Execution of design-budget documentation for construction of air traffic control tower twr katowice, together with technical and administrative infrastructure.
A controller at the RTC has the tools, in addition to live video, to operate the airport in a similar manner as he or she would in a traditional Air Traffic Control Tower.
Melbourne, Australia's second busiest airport, is the fourth air traffic control tower to receive the modern INTAS platform provided by Saab and NAV CANADA for the safe, efficient management of air traffic.
WORK HAS started on the new Air Traffic Control Tower at Birmingham Airport, UK.

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