Director, Center for Air Transportation
The U.S. Airline Transportation System performs the amazing feat of operating over 40,000 flights safely each day. This system however is notoriously unreliable leaving passengers stranded or delayed costing the U.S. economy an estimated $33B a year in lost productivity. In this insightful talk, Dr. Sherry exposes the complex inter-relationship between economics, regulations, and technology that have shaped this complex, adaptive transportation system, and describes the forthcoming changes that will significantly reshape the U.S. economy and demographics over the next two decades.