Jersey Airport in the Channel Islands became the first British airport to receive approval for operational use of remote tower technology to manage commercial aircraft movements, the airport said May 20. EASA, which is the air navigation service provider competent authority for the island of Jersey, and Channel Islands director of civil aviation Dominic Lazarus endorsed the remote tower operations after a testing period last year that included training air traffic controllers. Ports of ...

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