NATS Target: Shorter Delays Using Time-Based Separation

Credit: National Air Traffic Services
At capacity-constrained airports around the world, high winds are a major cause of flight delays and cancellations, often as a result of the knock-on effects of reduced airport flow rates. Landing aircraft currently have to maintain set distances apart due to the wake vortices occurring from the...

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