Airspace redesign aims to unclog skies in N.J., N.Y.

02/25/2009 | Wired magazine

The airspace over the New York City area is growing more congested, and air traffic has grown by 48% between 1994 and 2004. The FAA is working with Mitre to redesign sky traffic. Moves could include adding lanes and expanding the control center to regional hubs. Controllers are also assessing new departure and arrival gates.

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