When is the next airport transfer?
In an attempt to ease travel headaches after a series of deadly plane crashes in the past few weeks, the Federal Aviation Administration is planning to deploy a new system in early 2019 that would allow airlines to fly passengers from one terminal to another by air if there is no capacity to do so on their own.
The new system, which would be used by airlines that already fly in international airspace, is being called the “Airport Transfer” system.
The proposed system, the first of its kind to be deployed in the U.S., would allow for passengers to travel from one airport to another using existing aircraft, and then fly to another airport with no change to their scheduled flight plan.
The new system would allow passengers to board and depart airplanes as needed, with a single check-in point at the airport, the new system says.
It would also provide a single-check-in checkpoint at each airport.
In the event of an emergency, the airport transfer would also allow passengers with a valid passport to enter and exit the airport.
The FAA has previously indicated that it would consider the system’s implementation during a transition period, meaning that passengers would be allowed to fly only to and from the new airports.
In the meantime, the agency would still need to decide what to do with the existing airports.
The FAA is also considering using a similar system for flights from Chicago to Seattle, which could be a major change.
If the FAA decides to deploy the new airport transfer system, it would be the first time that a federal agency has used this type of system for an international flight.
The first airport transfer was implemented in 2006 and was used to ferry air travelers from one international airport to a different airport at another.
That program also did not have a check-off point at each terminal.
In addition to the new international airport transfer program, the FAA has also been considering the use of an international airport with a stopover at a domestic airport.
A new system could help alleviate congestion on the domestic flight path by allowing passengers to enter the new domestic airport at a specific point and be transported to their destination in a single plane.