Fitting More Aircraft into the Atlantic Corridor

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Starting June 5 there will be almost twice as much room for aircraft traveling the busy north-south oceanic corridor off the east coast of the U.S. FAA Oceanic Procedures Specialist Scott Luka explains to AVweb's Russ Niles how technology already on board most business jets and airliners is allowing for closer separation in that area. The closer separation means more available airways and a better shot at a more efficient, smoother ride, but owners must make sure their aircraft are registered with the FAA to take full advantage of the improvements.