Separating airplanes from wind turbines
People planning the Fire Island wind farm offshore Anchorage continue to work with the FAA to avoid air traffic control conflicts
Passenger jet pilots flying into Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport are familiar with turning above Fire Island, in Cook Inlet just offshore the airport, as they position themselves for final approach. But the proposal to build a wind farm on Fire Island in close proximity to the airport ha....
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Radar and VOR equipment
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