Sweden’s Örnsköldsvik Airport has begun operations using the Remote Tower Services (RTS) system developed by Swedish air navigation services provider LFV and Saab. The system allows aircraft taking off from and landing at the airport to be controlled remotely from the LFV Remote Tower Center in Sundsvall more than 93 miles (150 km) away. The operational launch of the system marks the culmination of 10 years of development work and the two companies claim this is the first ...

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