Press Release – FAA to Dedicate New Display System (DSR) for Air Traffic Controllers at Albuquerque Air Route Center April 5
For Immediate Release
Release No. ASW 06-00
April 1, 2000
TO: NEWS AND ASSIGNMENT EDITORS
SUBJECT: DEDICATION OF NEW DSR AND HOCSR SYSTEMS
WHAT: The FAA's new Display System Replacement (DSR) for controller work stations, and the operational Host and Oceanic Computer System Replacement Program (HOCSR) at the Albuquerque en route center will be dedicated in ceremonies starting at 11 a.m. Wednesday, April 5.
WHO: Steve Brown, the FAA's associate administrator for air traffic services, will participate with FAA officials including Doug Murphy, air traffic manager for FAA’s Southwest region, several airline and union officials and others involved in the modernization of the national air space system.
10 a.m. – media tours of the DSR controller work stations.
11 a.m. – ceremonies begin in Albuquerque Center conference rooms.
WHERE: Albuquerque Air Route Center is located at 8000 Louisiana Blvd., NE.
(east of I-25, southeast corner Louisiana/Paseo del Norte)
RESPONSE: Media planning to attend should call 505-856-4401 to confirm, and for directions and clearance through security gate.
PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICERS CAN BE REACHED THROUGH THESE NUMBERS:
Roland Herwig 405-954-7500 (Oklahoma City) through Monday.
505-856-4400 (Albuquerque Center) Wednesday to 1 p.m.
John Clabes 405-954-7500 (Oklahoma City all days)
Herwig’s Pager number is 1-888-336-2796