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Slot-Controlled Airports: FAAńˇ╗s Rules Could Be Improved to Enhance Competition and Use of Available Capacity
Susan Fleming (au)
To help manage airport congestion, airlines operating at four U.S. airports ńˇţ Washingtonńˇ╗s Reagan National and the three major New York City area airports ńˇţ must obtain operating authorizations called slots from the Fed. Aviation Admin. (FAA) to take off or land. Airlines operating out of Reagan National also may not operate flights beyond a 1,250-mile perimeter without congressional approval. In addition to the 24 flights (12 round trips) previously approved, Congress recently authorized 16 more beyond -- perimeter flights (8 round-trips) at Reagan National -- flights that the airport authority fears will adversely affect Reagan National and the authorityńˇ╗s ability to continue servicing its debt. Some airlines seeking to serve slot-controlled airports assert that slot control rules cause the airports to be underutilized or used inefficiently. This report reviewed (1) the effects of adding more beyond-perimeter flights from Reagan National; and (2) how well slot control rules are working to reduce congestion, while maximizing capacity and encouraging competition. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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