John F. Kennedy International Airport could reduce delays and increase capacity by adding a new runway between two existing runways. And San Francisco International Airport could safely operate simultaneous approaches to its parallel runways in low visibility conditions, reducing delays and nearly doubling the airport's bad weather capacity, according to a new study by the Reason Foundation.
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Increasing Airport Capacity Without Increasing Airport Size
Policy Study 368
This Study's Materials
- Study: New Technology Can Increase New York's Airport Capacity, Reduce Delays, Press Release
- Study: New Technology Can Reduce Delays at SFO, Press Release
- Full Study, PDF, 3.4 MB
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