1. During periods of bad weather, as compared with periods of clear weather, how many additional gallons of fuel, on the average, should FreeEx expect its planes to consume owing to airport congestion?
2. Given FreeEx's policy of ensuring that its planes do not run out of fuel more than 1 in 20 times while waiting to land, how many reserve gallons (i.e., gallons over and above expected usage) should be provided for clear-weather flights? For bad-weather flights?
3. If FreeEx must pay $200 to charter a bus to transport its passengers from Dulles to Washington National, should it exercise the option of permitting its aircraft to land at Dulles during bad weather?