Dulles Control Tower Console Design Study.
Final rept. May 77-May 78,
NATIONAL AVIATION FACILITIES EXPERIMENTAL CENTER ATLANTIC CITY N J
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This report describes the development and testing effort directed toward providing a plan for inservice improvements to the operational quarters of Dulles International Airport Control Tower. Through the use of full-scale mockups, console designs and equipment arrangements were established, modified, and appraised. Opinions and recommendations of Air Traffic Specialists and Airway Facility Sector personnel from Dulles Tower were used as a basis for determining the advantages or disadvantages of particular equipments and their locations, console designs, and modifications. The results constitute a proposal for refurbishing the operations quarters of Dulles Tower. Included are drawings for a new console along with a detailed plan for an improved position and equipment arrangement. Author
- Terminal Flight Facilities
- Air Navigation and Guidance