The Terminal A parking structure, left, is contrasted against the 150-foot tall control tower built in 1967. A new hotel in the planning stages for Terminal B at Sacramento International Airport may obscure the view of planes for air traffic controllers. Airport officials want to build a new tower but the FAA said no.
The Terminal A parking structure, left, is contrasted against the 150-foot tall control tower built in 1967. A new hotel in the planning stages for Terminal B at Sacramento International Airport may obscure the view of planes for air traffic controllers. Airport officials want to build a new tower but the FAA said no. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
The Terminal A parking structure, left, is contrasted against the 150-foot tall control tower built in 1967. A new hotel in the planning stages for Terminal B at Sacramento International Airport may obscure the view of planes for air traffic controllers. Airport officials want to build a new tower but the FAA said no. Randy Pench Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

FAA stalls replacement of control tower at Sacramento airport

September 11, 2015 05:01 PM

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