INTERNATIONAL AIR TRANSPORT : BUILDING FOR TRAFFIC GROWTH

CONTENTS: INDUSTRY, AGENCIES STRUGGLE TO SOLVE SYSTEM OVERLOAD. -- PREDICTED TRAFFIC SURGE DRIVES BOEING'S TRANSPORT PLANNING. -- MCDONNELL DOUGLAS FOCUSING ON MD-90, MD-11 PROGRAMS. -- AIRBUS EXPANDS- PORT LINE TO MEET AIRLINES' CHANGING NEEDS. -- OFFICIALS HOPE CAPACITY CRISIS WILL SPUR EXPANSION OF AIRPORTS. -- COMPUTER, SOFTWARE ADVANCES WILL BOOST CONTROLLER PRODUCTIVITY. -- SUCCESS OF TILT-ROT- OR SERVICE WILL REQUIRE SPECIAL HELIPORTS. -- PAM AM ADDS FLIGHTS USING SEPARATE ACCESS SYSTEM. -- MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEM EFFORT GAINING MOMENTUM. -- PRIVATIZATION SPARKS SCRAMBLE FOR COMPETITIVE ED- GE IN ENGLAND. -- COMMERCIAL AIR TRANSPORT GAINS IN SOUTH AMERICA. -- INCREASING JAPANESE TRAFFIC SPURS AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION. -- AIRLINES MOVE TO EXPAND, IMPROVE PILOT TRAINING PROGRAMS. -- COMMON MAR- KET THREATS FORCE CARRIERS TOWARD LIBERALIZATION. -- TRAFFIC GROWTH SPURS MOVE BY COMMUTERS TO LARGER AIRCRAFT

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  • Accession Number: 00435202
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Source Agency: Northwestern University, Evanston
  • Files: TLIB
  • Created Date: Aug 31 1988 12:00AM