French air navigation service provider DSNA is using the country’s largest airport, 500,000-movement per year Paris Charles de Gaulle (CDG), to validate new navigation equipment and air traffic control procedures as they become available. It is part of an effort to meet the ever-rising demand for capacity, but with a smaller environmental footprint. A new standard for separation of aircraft on approach is being verified, which would increase the frequency of landings at peak periods. ...

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