The benefits of traffic flow management (TFM), experienced daily by operators and ANSPs, are significant. MITRE conducted a benefits analysis, focusing on the two primary capabilities of TFM: increased airport volume, and improvement in airspace capacity. The TFM model is being planned for other regions in the world where air traffic demand is accelerating faster than capacity. A nascent system has been implemented in China's Pearl River Delta, home of Hong Kong, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen airports. Eventually, TFM will be expanded to include all of China. Studies are underway for the design of a regional TFM system in Southeast Asia, a region experiencing rapid aviation growth, particularly in Indonesia. The greatest need for a regional TFM scheme is in the Middle East, where traffic volumes are multiplying at an astounding rate, led by the region's three new global powerhouses, Emirates, Qatar, and Etihad. The countries experiencing the fastest growth, Qatar and the UAE, are quite small.