Air Traffic Control System Is Becoming Antiquated

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Airplanes bound for Chicago O’Hare International Airport fly over the rooftops of home and neighborhoods in Park Ridge on Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2013. Residents in the area are concerned about the increase in air noise and air pollution when a new runway opens tomorrow. (Stacey Wescott/ Chicago Tribune)

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John Williams and Chicago Tribune Transportation Report Jon Hilkevitch talk about the aftermath of losing the Chicago Control Center in Aurora last Friday due to a fire.


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