FAA says GPS network will ease congestion, delays

10/25/2007 | Wired magazine

Replacing the nation's current air traffic control system with a new network that relies on GPS and advanced avionics will solve the problem of severe flight delays, according to the FAA. "Because it will provide such precise information about where planes are located, we think we'll be able to operate them closer to one another in some parts of the air space," an FAA spokeswoman said.

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