Federal air traffic control began on July 6, 1936, when the Bureau of Air Commerce took over the operation of the first airway traffic control centers at Newark, New Jersey; Chicago; and Cleveland.

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Singapore Airlines’ flight SQ37, which the carrier operates non-stop from Los Angeles to Singapore using Airbus A340-500s, will employ enhanced air traffic management operational procedures gate-to-gate between Los Angeles International Airport and Singapore’s Changi International Airport.

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Emerging new aircraft types such as Cruise-Efficient Short Take-Off and Landing transport aircraft potentially could have a strong positive effect on the efficiency and capacity of the U.S. Next Generation Air Transportation System, according to research recently completed by Sensis Corporation and its project team.

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