Aviation Policy News: Another U.S. remote tower project loses its provider

In Politics by Michael Rae

In this issue:

Another U.S. remote tower project loses its provider

U.S. aviation user taxes create disparate impacts on airlines

Increasing runway throughput via technology

DOT takes on Amsterdam Schiphol flight reductions

Industry survey offers AAM reality check

FAA endorses automated runway safety technology

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Another U.S. Remote Tower Project Loses Its Provider

The Federal Aviation Administration’s unprecedented 2023 certification requirements have led remote tower (RT) technology provider Searidge Technologies to pull the plug on continuing its five-year effort to help Colorado’s Department of Transportation (DOT) implement a remote/digital tower at Northern Colorado Regional Airport in Loveland. The same regulatory hurdles led Saab to discontinue its participation

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