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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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Reason Foundation Air-Traffic E-News
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #22
Topics include: FAA's "perfect storm" budget crisis, operational error reporting, expanding ATC capacity, and the controller workforce issue.
November 1, 2004
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #21
Topics include: controller shortages, ATC procurement reform in Australia, identifying ATO's "customers," and consolidating flight service stations.
September 1, 2004
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #20
Topics include: ATC safety regulation, Nav Canada's rate increase, increasing airspace capacity, and controller-pilot data link communications.
June 1, 2004
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #19
Topics include: overhauling the ATO, modernizing oceanic ATC systems, delays resulting from aviation system limitations, and modernization budget cuts.
April 1, 2004
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #18
Topics include: ATC modernization in peril, coping with airline changes, the good and bad in the controller contract extension, and standardizing definitions for safety measures.
February 1, 2004
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- High-Speed Rail is a Luxury the U.S. Cannot Afford (6/11)
- A Labor Market Mired in Historical Lows is an Unhealthy Labor Market (6/7)
- Sasha Volokh on the Implications of the Louisiana Supreme Court Voucher Ruling (6/5)
- 77 percent of Californians Support Jerry Brown's School Funding Plan: Here Are Three Big Ideas to Make it Better (6/4)
Supporters defend subsidies for federally operated exchanges, even though the law only allows them through the states
We've simply become accustomed to older, more ingrained abuses.
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