Honolulu Control Facility (HCF) is an air traffic control facility located in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States operated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
This facility includes the Honolulu International Airport control tower and the Honolulu Center Radar Approach Control (CERAP), itself a combined TRACON-area control center unit covering the Pacific Ocean surrounding the Hawaiian islands. In 2012, Honolulu Airport handled 278,145 aircraft movements. Approximately 750 movements each day.
-Advanced artificial intelligence (AI) pilots follow complex tower commands when they fly their SID/STAR tracks
-Full voice control possible using Microsoft's speech SDK voice recognition technology **
-Dynamic weather simulation
-Complex simulation allow you to experience the real life duties of a tower controller
-Aircraft will follow complex instructions
-Many of the newly issued FAA commands are simulated
-Climb via the SID, Descend via the STAR commands are included
-Visual approach clearance is simulated
-Realistic distance measuring including calculation of the closest point between moving targets
-Realistic airplane performances