No vote yet on control tower closures
The control tower at Arnold Palmer Regional Airport in Latrobe, Pa., is tentatively scheduled to close on April 7. It's one of a number of control towers across the U.S. that are being shut for fiscal concerns.
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#1 Mar 30, 2013
If this tower closes what does that mean for the airport?
Since: Jan 11
#2 Mar 30, 2013
Supposedly, business as usual, although for how long remains to be seen. I've read that air traffic at Latrobe will be controlled by the Johnstown control tower by day, and the Cleveland airport at night after the Johnstown tower closes.
Screw that. The control tower is there for one reason and one reason only - safety. I'd think long and hard about flying commercially to or from Latrobe with no local tower.
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