Business & Commercial Aviation News From August 1966

Jet spacing over the North Atlantic was reinstated to 120 mi. at all altitudes. The FAA cited the complexity of a double standard above and below 29,000 ft., and excessive ATC workload from numerous requests for altitude change. With this decision, the FAA validated ALPA’s arguments for such...

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