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Avionics I: Air safety as seen from the tower: A veteran of more than 33 years in air traffic control says hazards lurk in proposed FAA procedures

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In 1975, air travel is still a pretty safe way of quickly getting from one place to another; but there are ominous influences at work that are chipping away at the safety factor. Even in the vaunted air traffic control (ATC) system there are conditions in ferment that presage an erosion of the safety record to which the aviation community has always pointed with pride.

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Spectrum, IEEE  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 8 )