N.Y. airport authority puts muscle behind NextGen

02/26/2009 | Crain's New York Business · NYTimes.com

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is leading a broad coalition aimed at securing congressional funding for a new air-traffic control system that would significantly reduce congestion in New York's crowded airspace. The new lobbying effort was timed to coincide with the release of a study showing that delays cost the New York region $2.8 billion in lost business "because our airports just aren't efficient." A spokeswoman for the Air Transport Association said incentives for airlines to upgrade their systems is another crucial factor in the NextGen rollout.

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