The airline space issue in most cases is caused by air traffic control restrictions, which is causing significant problems for many of the consumers and providers of air navigation services. Therefore, it would be feasible for air traffic controllers to adopt measures to resolve these setbacks in both the short and long term.
Two of the main causes of air traffic are:
- Delays due to lack of airspace capacity.
- Saturation in the management of landing strips.
As on conventional roads, landing strips also experience dense traffic at certain times of the year, causing traffic jams. When air navigation services do not have the capacity to absorb the volume
of air traffic, regulations or limitations on aircraft traffic at a certain location are established so that air traffic control is not overwhelmed. This is when delays occur.
Importance of Airspace
Within the airspace, a whole series of stations, radars and all kinds of supports have been created that make the control of all flight devices visible to the people who control them. In this way, it is possible to distribute the flights in the area without any accidents.
The importance of the airspace is that they regulate the traffic, which every year increases in number of passengers and airplanes, avoiding all kinds of problems, accidents, at the same time giving fluidity, speed. Let's think that, if this control did not exist, it would be very difficult to know where each aircraft is, it would be impossible for other airplanes to know if they have an airplane or not near them and, therefore, accidents would be very common and more dangerous.
Airport capacity problems
Lack of airport capacity to meet service demands, in addition to the problem of congestion and delays are common in the aviation system at major airports around the world. As traffic continues to grow, this problem will worsen.
Airport capacity problems are a major threat to the competitiveness and continued development of aviation in general. The capacity crisis at airports and the new market dynamics require the revision of slot allocation rules (the time interval available for an aircraft to execute a given operation).