Aviation Policy News: Controller shortages, FAA behind on space launches, and more

In Politics by Michael Rae

In this issue:

Controller shortages plague New York airspace

FAA is way behind on space launches and airlines

NOTAMs fix is on the way

Future of ground-based navaids being debated

A new approach to vertiport siting?

Book review: The Regulation of Air Transport

News Notes

Quotable Quotes

Controller Shortages Plague New York Airspace 

While inclement summer weather and some airline problems contributed to airline delays and cancellations prior to the Fourth of July holiday, a significant cause was air traffic controller shortages at key Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) facilities in the New York region, widely known as the location of between half and three-fourths of all U.S. airline delays.

On June 1,

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