Air Traffic Jam: Bumped, Delayed and Grounded | 2000
The nation's air travel system has reached a crisis point. Delays are at an all-time high, and according to experts, the problems are only going to get worse. The program investigates why the nation's airspace has reached capacity, and delves into the chronic finger pointing between the airlines, the air traffic controllers and the Federal Aviation Administration. The program also examines some solutions, including airport expansion, new scheduling and cutting-edge technologies.