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Organization and Innovation in Air Traffic Control
Air traffic controllers direct air and ground operations atop the new air traffic control tower June 11, 2013, at Pope Field, N.C. (Tech. Sgt. Peter R. Miller / U.S. Air Force)
Tech. Sgt. Peter R. Miller / U.S. Air Force

Organization and Innovation in Air Traffic Control

Robert W. Poole, Jr.

This report documents the substantial benefits of modern air traffic management for safety, speed, reliability, and fuel-economy.

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