Engineers try to ease the curse of the 21st century air traveler
You know how it can go: flight delays - angry customers - long line - baggage that goes astray.
A group of University of Michigan engineers is busy crunching a lot of numbers in the hopes of reducing the impact of one of the leading causes of flight delays: bad weather.
Amy Cohn is an associate professor in industrial and operations engineering at Michigan. She has a special interest in airline industry operations and she joined us today.
Listen to our conversation with Cohn above.