Hey, so basically I have an idea. Let me explain a bit further.
I propose that we add airways to the global maps to not only organise the major flight-paths such as the Trans-Atlantic crossing but also simplify it.
What are airways?
“Airways or air route is a defined corridor that connects one specified location to another at a specified altitude, along which an aircraft that meets the requirements of the airway may be flown. Airways are defined with segments within a specific altitude block, corridor width, and between fixed geographic coordinates for satellite navigation systems, or between ground-based radio transmitter navigational aids (navaids) (such as VORs or NDBs) or the intersection of specific radials of two navaids.” - Wiki (More at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Airway_(aviation))
Why and how?
This would create more organisation for flights on major routes. I also propose that we have someone designated to the Gander and Shanwick ATC’s. I recommend this on expert only though. I also think this would simplify the Atlantic crossings too. Currently, we have masses of planes crossing major routes such as the Trans-Atlantic routes and there tends to be no organisation involved.
There is my idea, please recommend what to add and your opinions!