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[[underlined]]53.[[/underlined]] [[underlined]]E.g.,[[/underlined]] Dulles International Airport has not eliminated Washington National Airport and O'Hare International Airport (Chicago) has not eliminated Midway. It has been argued that, based upon studies of the number of short-haul, medium-haul, and long-haul flights and the length of the flights in relation to the ground time, the larger metropolitan areas [[underlined]]should[[/underlined]] plan for one large long-haul jet airport in the outer regions and smaller fields, including the older one, around a central business district, rather than a number of large general-purpose airports in the outlying regions. Jordan, [[underlined]]Airport Location In Relation To Urban Transport,[[/underlined]] 88 Journal of the Aero-Space Transport Division, Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 99 (1962).
(indent) [[underlined]]54.[[/underlined]] Horonjeff, at 15.
[[underlined]] 55. Id. [[/underlined]] at 35-36.
[[underlined]] 56. Id. [[/underlined]] at 17.
[[underlined]] 57. Id.[[/underlined]] at 36.
[[underlined]] 58. Ibid.[[/underlined]]
[[underlined]] 59. Ibid.[[/underlined]]
[[underlined]] 60.[[/underlined]] Federal Aviation Agency, [[underlined]] FAA Statistical Handbook of Aviation, [[/underlined]] 12 (1965).
[[underlined]] 61. [[/underlined]] Horonjeff, at 41-42.
[[underlined]]62.[[/underlined]] Harris Committee Hearings, pp.667-8.
[[underlined]]63.[[/underlined]] Horonjeff, at 41
[[underlined]]64.[[/underlined]] Horonjeff, at 45.
[[underlined]]65.[[/underlined]] See Horonjeff, at 42-44.

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