US FAA announced Monday the opening of the David J. Hurley Air Traffic Control System Command Center, in Warrenton, Va. FAA said the command center is responsible for managing the overall use of the national airspace system. “Traffic management specialists balance air traffic demand with system capacity, working with aviation stakeholders to handle any constraints in the system, such as weather, runway closures and delays,” said FAA, which noted they also coordinate with air ...

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