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FAA urged to fix warning system

Traffic controllers cite Logan cases

By Mac Daniel
Globe Staff / August 12, 2005

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The national air traffic controllers union yesterday called on the Federal Aviation Administration to fix what it called a dangerous glitch in an airfield warning system that officials acknowledge does not work in bad weather or on Logan International Airport's intersecting runways. (Full article: 597 words)

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