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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 Reform Newsletter #30
Topics include: preconditions for implementing NGATS; the Cost of collecting user fees; GPS navigation going nationwide; more on out-of-control facilities; and next-generation controllers.
November 1, 2005
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #29
Topics include: GAO's call for major ATC cost savings; taxes vs. user fees; overseas ATC corporation success; out of control TRACONs; and decision time on flight service station outsourcing.
September 1, 2005
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #28
Topics include: a congressional threat to flight service outsourcing; another TRACON scandal; progress on ATC funding reform; a global comparison of ATC performance; and S&P on ATC corporations.
July 1, 2005
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #27
Topics include: the FAA Management Advisory Council's call for reform; the nightmare at the New York TRACON; governance at Nav Canada; and NBAA's distortions on user fees.
June 1, 2005
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #26
Topics include: FAA forum on ATC funding crunch; Reason's new ATC funding report; the Aviation Trust Fund; GAO's report on commercialized ATC providers overseas; and Congressman Mica's hearing on the FAA funding crunch.
May 1, 2005
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #25
Topics include: user charges for ATC services; the FAA funding crunch; fresh thinking on ATC modernization; and Reason's upcoming ATC funding report.
April 1, 2005
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #24
Topics include: lessons from flight service station outsourcing; FAA's budget woes; increasing controller productivity through technology; and why more flight levels aren't producing expected time savings.
February 1, 2005
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #23
Topics include: FAA's controller workforce plan, next-generation air traffic management, entrepreneurial airservices in the Pacific, and ATC privatization in Germany.
January 1, 2005
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