Sunday, May 20, 2007
More waste in air transit sector
The two major airlines at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport have greeted a proposal for a second commercial airfield for metro Atlanta with skepticism.
Officials with Delta Air Lines and AirTran Airways said last week that they have no problem with a study of increasing metro airport capacity, but questioned the concept of a second airport to complement Hartsfield-Jackson, the world’s busiest airport.
Of all the stupid, brainless waste of time and money stunts, this one is way up there on the list of all time idiotic ideas.
More air conagestion over Atlanta? Brilliant. That's exactly what we need.
Of course, any improvement of rail transportation would be a total waste, right?
It makes me nuttier than I already am.