Question of the Week: Regulating the Hudson VFR Corridor

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Last week, GAMA released some sobering numbers about aircraft orders (and cancellations) for the current year. In response, we asked AVweb readers to predict when we might see the bottom of the current downturn for aviation.

Reader responses ran the gamut of possible choices. The most popular answer (by a hair) was that it could be several years before the aviation industry levels out or begins to improve. Following close behind was the choice There's still some pain coming, but the light in the tunnel isn't a train (anymore). A scant 16 AVweb readers thought the improvement had already begun.

For a complete (real-time) breakdown of reader responses, click here.
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Saturday's deadly midair collision over the Hudson River has spurred calls for closing the VFR corridor or at least tightening up on regulations. We'd like to hear what you think.

Should the Hudson River Corridor be more tightly regulated?
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