FAA has compiled a list of 30 airports that it will use to monitor the progress of its plan to increase aviation system safety and efficiency. This is a follow-on step after the agency’s Operational Evolution Plan (OEP), a 10-year initiative (2000-2010) that increased capacity. “With the OEP process we were able to complete 22 airfield projects at 19 airports. Those improvements enabled airports to accommodate two million more additional operations,” an FAA spokesperson ...

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