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The OP needs to research AF90. The problem was not too much ice on the wings! It was iced over sensors in the engine. The flight crew thought they had selected take-off thrust but instead had selected significantly less, and the plane with whatever ice load it did have couldn’t fly with that little thrust. OP, you need to list crashes caused by ...


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Simply put, a lot of airports, especially ones that are Class B (very busy), will have multiple control towers. Most of the time, there is a single operational control tower focused on departures/arrivals into the airport environment with one or multiple smaller ground control towers focused on ground movement area coordination. I hope this helps!


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