A technological fix that would--by itself--overcome persistent bad-weather delays at San Francisco International Airport without building replacement runways that intrude into the city's famous bay is unlikely, according to a trio of experts. ``Technology will not be enough to eliminate existing delays, let alone help with increased demand,'' said William B. Cotton, who led an independent technology review panel for the airport that included John R. Foggia and Geoffrey D. Gosling. ...
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