Traffic Management (Flow)
The US National Airspace System (NAS) is the most complex and busy airspace system in the world. 16.4 million flights are handled every year and approximately 45,000 flights per day. That's a lot of air traffic!
Traffic Management is a necessary program that involves routing and altitude restrictions entering congested and complex regions of the NAS, creating order in a chaotic sky. In this course you will learn all about the Traffic Management Initiatives that manage the flows going in and out of the busiest airports and airspace in the country.
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