Saab is nearing completion of the demonstration phase of an experimental remote tower system at a reliever airport for Washington Dulles International Airport. The system, publicly presented Oct. 26 to dignitaries and media at Leesburg (Virginia) Executive Airport, is similar to the remote tower system that controls air traffic at Örnsköldsvik Airport, a regional airport in Sweden that handles scheduled commercial traffic. Saab executives believe the Leesburg example could be the ...

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