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Resource ID: #10508
Subject: Aviation
Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer


The Plain Dealer finds that the FAA misled Congress and the public about the efficiency and reliability of the Airport Surveillance Radar-9 System, which was designed to help guide passenger jets safely in and out of the nation's busiest airports. Problems with the radar system include phantom airplanes on radar screens, frequent outages and real airplanes that disappear from radar screens, Sept. 5, Aug. 25 - 26, Dec. 19, 1993.

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