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Last updated on Thursday, February 7, 2008
(WEST LAFAYETTE) - The director of Purdue University’s air-traffic control program says recent reports of near misses by commercial airplanes indicate the need for reform of the current air-traffic control system.
Michael Nolan says consumers can expect continued congestion, delays and near misses until the system is overhauled, which could be a costly process.
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