FAA could move some Ohio air-traffic control to Cleveland

02/5/2010 | Vindicator (Youngstown, Ohio), The

The Federal Aviation Administration proposes to move air-traffic controller duties from four regional Ohio airports to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport. The satellite and GPS-based system would replace the radar system at four northern Ohio airports. Chris Dancy, spokesman for the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, said the FAA plan would not damage airport safety.

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