The FAA's Operational Evolution Plan (OEP) to increase air traffic capacity in the U.S. doesn't go far enough, according to the Commission on the Future of the U.S. Aerospace Industry. Recent studies have documented the annual loss associated with flight delays at over $8 billion, according to the Commission's latest interim report (DAILY, March 21). The OEP is an organized collection of over 100 programs designed to address this capacity problem, with the goal of increasing ...

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