Denver airport begins using NextGen technology

05/28/2013 | Denver Post, The

The Denver International Airport has started using NextGen technology for its arrival and departure procedures. The technology relies on GPS instead of radar and allows for a more-efficient continuous descent. "It may only be a difference of minutes, but minutes matter when you have 1,700 flights a day (like at DIA)," said Joseph Burns, managing director of technology and flight testing for United Airlines.

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