Air transportation is in a crisis and at a turning point. The world's air traffic management system is showing the signs of being so successfu lthat it's growth is approaching the physical infrastructure capacity limits. This title explains the technical nature of, and reports on research on, the evolution of the international air transportation systems. It also provides approaches to airspace management and new roles for controllers and pilots. It should further our understanding of the technical attributes of delay and its economic affects on aviation related business. The text also provides appraches to airspace management and new roles for controllers and pilots while applying mathematical analyses and principles to aviation.Über den Autor:
George L. DonOhue became the Professor of Systems Engineering and Operations Research at George Mason University in February 2000. He was the Associate Administrator of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration Research, Engineering, and Acquisition from 1994-1998. In this capacity he initiated the development of the nas architecture that is currently the roadmap for the future us atm system, in 1997 he headed the us delegation to the icao rio de janeiro conference on CNS/ATM moderization and initiated the capstone demonstration in alaska, he was a vice president of the rand corporation from 1989 to 1994. Andres G. Zellweger is Dean of Graduate Programs and Research at the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. He is the former director of aviation research for the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and was instrumental in the development of the International Civil Aviation Organization's Future Air Navigation System.
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