Air show turns small Wis. airport into Super Bowl of ATC

07/31/2009 | Wired.com

The unlikely venue of Oshkosh, Wis., becomes home to the busiest airport in the world for a week each year when the annual AirVenture aviation show brings thousands of airplanes into the city's Wittman Regional Airport each day. On the busiest day, a hand-picked crew of highly skilled air traffic controllers will handle what's called the Super Bowl of air traffic control -- more than 3,000 flights over 10 hours.

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