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Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter
By Robert Poole
Reason Foundation's Air Traffic Control Newsletter examines and analyzes the latest air traffic news and developments.
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- Air Traffic Control Newsletter #115
The FAA Management Advisory Council's reform agenda, How to "right-size" the national airspace system, Controller staffing flunks TRB's assessment
July 25, 2014
- Air Traffic Control Newsletter #114
Budget problems crimping NextGen, Obstacles to PBN—Inspector General reports, Media focus on new controller hiring plan
June 27, 2014
- Air Traffic Control Newsletter #113
The ATC "size matters" argument, NRC committee reviewing NextGen, New ideas for aircraft tracking
May 16, 2014
- Air Traffic Control Newsletter #112
Real-time streaming of flight data, Europe shifts gears on Single European Sky, Four misconceptions about Nav Canada ATC charges
April 18, 2014
- Air Traffic Control Newsletter #111
FAA budget cuts NextGen, spurs commercialization talk, Administration's user tax proposal is DOA, Inspector General and GAO fault FAA on NextGen
March 19, 2014
- Air Traffic Control Newsletter #110
The ATC cross-subsidy dilemma, Controversy over controller hiring and training, Another real-time aviation weather project
February 4, 2014
- Air Traffic Control Newsletter #109
New study on FAA’s risk-averse culture, More work on ATC corporation ideas, and Inspector General on controller training
January 6, 2014
- Union Negotiations in West Coast Ports Threaten the National Economy (7/25)
- Streetcars are the Wrong Way to go on Columbia Pike (7/24)
- Poll Shows Voters Support State-based Sage Grouse Conservation (7/24)
- Lucy Burns Institute Launches Policypedia (7/22)
- How to Structure a Good Defined Contribution Plan (7/22)
If teachers believe they aren't making what they're worth, let's free them from union constraints and let them find out what the job market has to offer.
Researchers develop a powerful new tool to manage wild ecosystems.
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