Tokyo Area Control Center
Tokyo Area Control Center (東京航空交通管制部 Tōkyō Kōkūkōtsūkanseibu?, "Tokyo Air Traffic Control Center") is an air traffic control center located in the Namiki area of Tokorozawa, Saitama Prefecture, Japan in the Greater Tokyo Area. The center is north of the special wards of Tokyo.
On Wednesday, January 31, 2001, two Japan Airlines aircraft narrowly avoided a mid-air collision. The two airliners conflicted. Japan Airlines Flight 958, using a Douglas DC-10, descended according to TCAS instructions. A center employee told Japan Airlines Flight 907, using a Boeing 747-400, to descend while its TCAS told the pilots to climb.
- REPORT OF THE TWENTY-SIXTH MEETING OF THE RVSM IMPLEMENTATION TASK FORCE (RVSM/TF/26)," International Civil Aviation Organization Asia-Pacific Office
- "Blame pinned on air traffic controllers," (Archive) The Japan Times. February 3, 2001. Retrieved on March 8, 2014.