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 German Air Traffic Control During The Cold War: The Story of Rhein Control 

This is a historical facts report and commentary on the development of the German Air Traffic Control Centre RHEIN CONTROL as formerly operated by the United States Air Force in Europe (USAFE) and the former German Federal Administration for Air Navigation Services (BFS), assisted by the German Air Force (GAF) at Birkenfeld-Nahe and Frankfurt/Main in Germany. RHEIN CONTROL was and still is an upper airspace air traffic control (ATC) centre, formerly responsible for South Germany only, but now also covering all of former East Germany (Berlin UIR). This report is written by a former air traffic controller and air traffic control expert, who meanwhile actively spent 50 years in the ATC profession worldwide, and has had first served 25 years with the German Federal Administration for Air Navigation Services (Bundesanstalt für Flugsicherung) in upper airspace area control operations, ATC planning and experimentation.

German Air Traffic Control During The Cold War: The Story of Rhein Control
German Air Traffic Control During The Cold War: The Story of Rhein Control
The Operation of ATC in Southgermany's Upper Airspace 1957-1977
by Frank W. Fischer

552 pages, english language
ISBN-13: 978-1-5369-9439-1

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