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THE CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY TO REPLACE ITS IBM 9020D COMPLEX

The Civil Aviation Authority is finally looking to replace its antique five processor IBM 9020D complex used for controlling air traffic in the UK: the authority is seeking government permission to spend ?22m on a new system, believed to be an IBM 308X complex; IBM UK says it has no knowledge of any order in the offing, and it is possible that the CAA may – as it did last time – buy direct from its US counterpart, the Federal Aviation Administration, which has developed an IBM 3083-based system.

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