Measuring Operational Results From Nextgen
Photo courtesy of: Mike Schrempp, NATCA
Aircraft lined up for take-off can now roll sooner, allowing more take-offs and landings within an hour thanks to improved NextGen analysis of wake turbulence.
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A joint FAA-aviation community effort, which tracks the milestones of the NextGen Priorities Joint Implementation Plan. These are capabilities that will provide significant near-term benefits to the National Airspace System.
The FAA uses a comprehensive, cross-agency portfolio approach to implement NextGen capabilities. Learn more about the portfolios and locations where NextGen capabilities have been implemented.
View Performance Indicators
Even as NextGen initiatives continue to be deployed, many airports are already taking advantage of NextGen capabilities. Here is the progress for 30 Core Airports.
NextGen is improving traffic flow in metroplexes: metropolitan areas where airports in close proximity make for complex airspace. See how metroplexes work and their expected NextGen benefits.
For airline operators, city-pair performance is the most direct way to connect two markets. View performance metrics for city pairs in metroplexes across the United States.
Across the National Airspace System
The benefits of NextGen capabilities and procedures that enhance passengers' experience and improve safety continue to grow. It is crucial to track the progress of those benefits to ensure that we provide improvements that make the kinds of impacts we need.
- Monthly Updates to the NextGen Priorities — Joint Implementation Plan Milestones
- Fiscal Year (FY) 2014 Data:
- Access — NAS-Wide
- Capacity and Efficiency — Core 30 Airports
- Efficiency and Predictability — Key City Pairs
- Calendar Year (CY) 2013 Data:
- Environment — NAS-Wide
- NextGen Success Stories:
- Updated maps for Core 30 Airports
- Links to the NextGen Update: 2015
- Updated Reference Guide