Most Capable, Best Served

The harsh truth is that ATC can work more easily with more capable aircraft and crews. Thus, more capable flights get better service-it's human nature, and ultimately the plan.

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For years, aviation adhered to the service principle, “first come, first served.” This easily implemented, inherently fair doctrine is officially enshrined in the controller’s handbook, Section 2-1-4 directing that controllers, “Provide air traffic control service to aircraft on a ‘first come, first served’ basis as circumstances permit…” FCFS worked when aircraft were similarly equipped, with […]
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