Industry pushing for faster adoption of NextGen

06/15/2009 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

A slow-moving federal bureaucracy has slowed the implementation of GPS-based air traffic control, even though the technology is available. "We don't need a Manhattan Project to move forward," FAA Administrator Randy Babbitt testified in his confirmation hearings. "We have this technology." By reducing delays and flying more direct routes, airlines are already reaping million-dollar savings through limited use of the new technology.

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