Future of Air Travel

Guests: David Field Reporter, USA Today Jim Ott Contributing editor at Aviation Week Writer for aviationnow.com Supersonic passenger flight may be in trouble, but more people are flying than ever. Airbus Industrie has announced plans to build a double-decker jumbo jet that could seat over 550 passengers— and would include sleeper cabins and a nursery. But how do airlines plan to deal with the rampan tcongestion that is quickly overwhelming airports and passengers? Join Juan Williams and guests to discuss the future of air travel.



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