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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
- New Landowner-friendly Endangered Species Policy: Not so New, Not so Friendly (7/22)
- Survey of States Pension Debt (7/22)
- How Pension Reform Can Help the City of Omaha (7/21)
- Endangered Species and the Export-Import Bank (7/17)
- Reason Foundation Submits Letter to U.S. Sentencing Commission Supporting "Drugs Minus Two" Retroactivity (7/11)
Afghan locals who helped the US were promised visas to America. They may be left behind to fight the Taliban on their own.
John Kerry called it like it is, and neocons are throwing a tiresome fit.
There is a certain symbolism in the fact that Valeria Novodvorskaya died just as the Putin regime was being fully exposed as the gangster state that she had always said it was.
Civil rights and armed self-defense in the South
The New York governor tries his hand at crony capitalism.
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