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National Airspace System: Improved Budgeting Could Help FAA Better Determine Future Operations and Maintenance Priorities
National Airspace System: Improved Budgeting Could Help FAA Better Determine Future Operations and Maintenance Priorities
 
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By Gerald L. Dillingham (au)
Year: 2013
Pages: 59
Binding Paperback
ISBN 978-1-4578-4976-3

Product Code: 1457849763

Description
 
Through the NextGen initiative, the Fed. Aviation Admin. (FAA) plans to transform the current ground-based radar air-traffic control system to a system based on satellite navigation, automated position reporting, and digital communications. The NextGen transition will be a complex, multi-year, incremental process. Decisions affecting how long the transition will take and the number of existing systems that will remain in operation during the transition have implications for FAAńˇ╗s existing systems, workforce, facilities, and budget. This report examined (1) FAAńˇ╗s progress in addressing key challenges affecting its ability to execute the NextGen transition; (2) the performance and condition of current air traffic control system and facilities; (3) FAAńˇ╗s efforts to address maintenance requirements of its current systems and facilities; and (4) the extent to which FAA has planned for the financial resources for sustaining existing systems and facilities and the NextGen transition. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.

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