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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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to Liverpool John Lennon Airport control tower, the brand new Mann Island Merseytravel HQ and the oldest building on Merseyside, Birkenhead Priory.
The aircraft pilot reported the engine malfunction to the Hurghada Airport control tower at 8:00 pm Sunday.
Last and unfortunately least on CW's list of tallest buildings in the GCC by country is Muscat International Airport Control Tower in Bahrain.
But in the third case they bombed the Sana'a airport control tower and runway seven times to prevent the Iranian defying pilot from landing.
After training, you would apply for a trainee position with an air traffic control unit at an area centre or regional airport control tower. It takes roughly three years to become fully qualified.
After training, you would apply for a trainee position with an air trac control unit at an area centre or regional airport control tower. It takes roughly three years to become fully qualied.
The costs involve the air traffic service of the above mentioned airports, and also the maintaining of the building and infrastructure of airport control tower. To optimize the cost of air traffic services is a key issue in many European and overseas countries.
As a sneak preview of the kind of content to come, users can now experience what it's like to view the Dubai International Airport from the top of the airport control tower.
He also saw the high-fidelity airport control tower simulator called, "Future Flight Central", used by NASA, the Federal Aviation Administration and other industry partners for joint research on next-generation air traffic management.
The Associated Press says workers in the airport control tower alerted authorities after they observed the 49-year-old man N identified as Robert Bump N climb a Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport fence and run out onto the tarmac and toward a taxiway.
The project comprises a second airport control tower, train station, parking facilities and an airside Intra Airport Transit (IAT).
It will also build what the Saudi airports authority has described as the world's tallest airport control tower at 133 meters and infrastructure linking the terminal with roads and the planned high-speed Haramain railway that will join Jeddah with Makkah and Madinah.

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