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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 #98
Space-based ADS-B and the FAA ATC billing systems, continued Progress on wake turbulence separation standards Lessons from “zombie towers” Remote towers at large airports
December 5, 2012
- Air Traffic Control Newsletter #97
FAA weakness, Single European Sky, Remote towers, Cost-effective radar
October 26, 2012
- Air Traffic Control Newsletter #96
ATC productivity, Sequestration, Metroplex initiatives shortcumings, and Reducing GPS vulnerability
September 25, 2012
- Air Traffic Control Newsletter #95
More problems for ATC facility consolidation, cyber attacks and NextGen vulnerability
August 3, 2012
- Air Traffic Control Newsletter #94
Rocky start for U.S. facility consolidation, Assessing required time of arrival, Office of Special Counsel misses the point
June 26, 2012
- Air Traffic Control Reform News #93
How to implement “Best-Equipped/Best Served”, Getting GPS backup onto the national agenda
May 21, 2012
- Air Traffic Control Reform News #92
Should Passengers Pay for NextGen?, NetJets vs. the IRS
April 19, 2012
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #91
Forecasts even slower ATC growth, ANSP mergers in Europe, Congress’ NextGen mandates
March 22, 2012
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #90
FAA reauthorization, aviation emissions trading war, ATC user fees, Europe's next-generation milestones, ERAM woes and FAA shortcomings
February 24, 2012
- Air Traffic Control Reform Newsletter #89
Data Comm moving forward, user fee proposal still with us, new ATC concept from Germany, Spain's ATC reform outsources control towers
January 23, 2012
We passed it. We’re finding out what’s in it. And now we have to pay for it.
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