|Quoting SQLover (Reply 2):|
Definitely not the norm in US airports (atleast not in LAX or SFO) that I fly out of. That's a very nice feature!
|Quoting ALTF4 (Reply 11):|
ATL has had them for a long time, at least on most (all?) Delta gates.
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|Quoting FlyASAGuy2005 (Reply 12):|
Sort of. When I say theat, I mean they're not as high tech as those being discussed that tell the pilot if they are off centerline etc. They are on their own there but it is exactly like a street signal light and is operated by a ramp agent on the ground standing next to the jetway. As the a/c pulls into the gate, there is a steady green; as the nose gets closer to the stop mark it goes yellow, then red when on the mark and at pilot hits the brakes.