Our Deregulatory Efforts
- U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, No. 19-1158
- Exhaustless, Inc. v. FAA, 931 F.3d 1209 (D.C. Cir., 2019)
- Airport capacity from takeoff assist, U.S. Patent 9,156,564
- Aircraft thrust, assembly, and methods, U.S. Patent 9,079,671
- Thrust recovery in airplanes, U.S. Patent 9,920,695
- Integrated management of disparate data from isolated data sources, U.S. Patent pending
- Coverage of the above patents extends internationally.
- Aviation 2.0 — Explained (Updated Dec. 1, 2019)
- White Paper: Measure Real Capacity (Nov. 30, 2019)
- White Paper: Maximize Market Competition (Sep. 18, 2017)
- White Paper: The Limits of Arrival Rate (Sep. 18, 2017)
- White Paper: Aviation Congestion Types (2015)
- White Paper: Electrifying Takeoffs: Waves of Innovation (2015)
- White Paper: Electrifying Takeoffs: Propulsion (2015)
Cost of Delays
Chronic flight congestion is a global problem. Delays in the United States alone cost society more than $41 billion each year.
- Passengers: $21B
- Airlines: $10B
- Tourism: $5B
- Lost GDP: $5B
Source: FAA's NEXTOR Total Delay Impact Study A Comprehensive Assessment of the Costs and Impacts of Flight Delay in the United States, October 2010. The study's 2007 costs of $32.9 billion convert to 2019 costs of $41.0 billion.