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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
   
The U.S. '''National Airspace System''' ('''NAS''') consists of a complex collection of facilities, [[system]]s, [[equipment]], [[procedure]]s, and airports operated by thousands of people to provide a safe and efficient flying environment.
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The U.S. '''National Airspace System''' ('''NAS''') is
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{{Quote|the common network of U.S. airspace; air navigation facilities, [[equipment]], and services; airports or landing areas; aeronautical charts, [information]] and services; rules, [[regulation]]s, and procedures; [[technical information]]; and manpower and material.<ref>[[Autonomy Research for Civil Aviation: Toward a New Era of Flight]], at 2.</ref>}}
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== References ==
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Revision as of 05:53, 6 June 2014

Overview

The U.S. National Airspace System (NAS) is

the common network of U.S. airspace; air navigation facilities, equipment, and services; airports or landing areas; aeronautical charts, [information]] and services; rules, regulations, and procedures; technical information; and manpower and material.[1]

References