The Fly Angle, Episode 10: “Playing Tetris With $100 Million Jets”

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In This Episode:

How do pilots know where to move their aircraft? Co-hosts Mary Griffith and Jake Potter dig in with Kyle Mitchell, who leads ramp tower operations at RDU, to learn all about the last mile of air traffic control. Meanwhile, find out where Raleigh-Durham ranks on a new list of top U.S. airports, and learn about what the “U” in RDU actually stands for.

Episode Guests:

Kyle Mitchell, C.M., is operations manager for TBI Airport Management, Inc. Mitchell oversees operations at RDU’s Resource Management Center, better known as the ramp tower – one of two towers tasked with coordinating aircraft movement at the airport.

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