"Air traffic is heavy in the early evening but hits a low of about 4,100 in-transit flights around 4 a.m. EST. It rockets upward again after the sun rises, peaking around 3 p.m...On the East Coast, flights shoot out of major hubs like New York City and Atlanta like the sparks of exploding fireworks, while solitary jets squirm around like protozoa in less-populous areas like Canada and the Gulf of Mexico."
Paul recently spoke at the NYU Stern’s India Business Forum in Mumbai. In his talk, he discusses urbanization in India and the unique opportunity it presents for changes in factor policy. He also addresses the potential for charter cities in India as well as the potential gains from making room for urban expansion.