FAA launches system to reduce airspace crowding

08/30/2013 | Avionics Magazine online

A new time-based system that lets air traffic controllers better manage airspace to reduce congestion has been deployed at 20 U.S. air traffic control centers. The Federal Aviation Administration's new Time-Based Flow Management system was created by Lockheed Martin and is expected to cut delays by as much as 5%.

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