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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 #68
NextGen, banning laptops in cockpits, increasing air traffic capacity and future transportation policy
November 23, 2009
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #67
Radar, the FAA and airlines, user fees
October 23, 2009
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #66
Air traffic controller fatigue, business jets and NextGen
September 18, 2009
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #65
O'Hare delays, controller fatigue and micro-managing NextGen
August 6, 2009
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #64
Air traffic control modernization and cost-effectiveness, misinformation on user fees
June 22, 2009
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #63
Topics include: GPS backup getting more attention; ATC user fees redux; steps toward "virtual towers;" ATC modernization progress in Europe; and other news.
May 26, 2009
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #62
Topics include: slower ATC growth; new NextGen focus on mid-term; tough sledding for EU ATC providers; Wake Vortex progress; air safety in Canada; and other news.
April 27, 2009
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #61
Topics include: repairing the image of business jets; controller training; Europe's ATC integration; Gingrich on NextGen; Loran; and other news.
March 25, 2009
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #60
Topics include: satellite navigation and airport capacity; Aviation Trust Fund revenue; controller training; Who constitutes “the airlines”?; radar vs. wind farms; and other news.
February 27, 2009
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #59
Topics include: the ATO governance problem; GAO on ATO progress; governance at Nav Canada; getting NextGen off the ground; and other news
January 1, 2009
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