Opinion: ATC upgrade remains necessary to solving delays

01/22/2008 | Washington Post, The

The real solution to solving extensive airline delays is upgrading the nation's aging air traffic control system, the Washington Post editorial board writes. The board called a plan that would allow airports to charge airlines a fee to take off or land during peak times "a short-term fix." Air Transport Association President James May recently noted that the plan "does nothing to fix the primary cause of delays: our nation's increasingly antiquated air traffic control system."

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