The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA)—along with Iceland’s airports and air navigation services provider ISAVIA—are creating the first cross-border aeronautical communications center, with the installation of mirror voice communications control systems (VCCS). The Irish VCCS is located at the IAA’s North Atlantic Communications Centre and ISAVIA has an identical VCCS at its communication facility at Gufunes in Iceland. Both individual units will be able to operate as ...

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