The innovative way to reduce airport runway congestion

As soon as we’re allowed to fly again, a problem that’s been getting steadily worse for decades will be back: severe congestion on our airport runways. But it doesn’t have to be that way, argues Professor Richard Steinberg

While many of us can’t wait to be able to fly abroad on holiday again, most of us can still remember what it’s like to arrive at the airport and wait seemingly endlessly for a delayed flight.  

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