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National Airspace System: Improved Budgeting Could Help FAA Better Determine Future Operations and Maintenance Priorities
Gerald L. Dillingham (au)
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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