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The FAA regulated traffic flows in and out of Chicago through other large TRACON facilities in Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin, with additional help from high-altitude centres in Minnesota, Kansas, Indiana and Ohio.
As a result, the New York TRACON, which handles fewer flights with more controllers than most large TRACONs around the country, incurred overtime costs of over $4 million in 2004 -- more than double that of TRACONs in Chicago, Southern California, Atlanta and Denver combined.
As a subcontractor to Raytheon, Lockheed Martin will apply its expertise in high-density TRACON operations to assist in the transition of Common ARTS to STARS at very large TRACON facilities.