Tag Archives: congestion management

It is Official! The FAA Rescinds Slot Auction Rule

The Federal Aviation Administration has officially rescinded its controversial plan to enact mandatory slot auctions on LaGuardia, JFK, and Newark airports.  See 74 Fed. Reg. 52,132 (Oct. 9, 2009) (LaGuardia) and 74 Fed. Reg. 52,134 (Oct. 9, 2009) (JFK and … Continue reading

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FAA Issues Notice of Order to Show Cause Regarding Extension of Limitation of Arrivals at JFK and Newark Airports

The FAA, on June 5, 2009, issued two Notices of Order to Show Cause requesting “the views of interested persons on the FAA’s tentative determination to extend through October 30, 2010, the January 15, 2008, order limiting the number of … Continue reading

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FAA Proposes Rescission of Congestion Management Rules for JFK, LaGuardia and Newark

The Federal Aviation Administration today proposed to rescind the congestion management rules for JFK, LaGuardia and Newark that would have created auctions for slots at those airports.  (Click here for the JFK and Newark proposal, click here for the LaGuardia … Continue reading

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Despite GAO Ruling FAA Issues Congestion Management Rules for JFK, Newark and LaGuardia

In a gutsy move that is sure to draw the ire of Congressional leaders as well as the Air Transport Association, the FAA announced last Friday, October 10, 2008, that it had promulgated two “congestion management” rules:  one for LaGuardia … Continue reading

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The “Tragedy of the Commons” and Airport Congestion Management

In 1968, Garrett Hardin, a professor of Human Ecology at University of California at Santa Barbara, wrote an influential article for the journal Science that described a dilemma in which multiple individuals acting independently in their own self-interest can ultimately … Continue reading

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