Business and Financial Ramifications of our Present Airport and ATC Problems 670264
The phenomenal growth in air operations of all kinds may have an inhibiting effect on corporation and business aviation in particular, and ultimately on all of general aviation. Delays occasioned by either ATC or airport acceptance rate become a very important cost consideration in the operation of the aircraft. The author uses the New-York Boston-Washington complex for illustration, giving sample costs involved in such delays. To further illustrate the problem, a Port of New York Authority survey on air requirements for the New York area is discussed.