Even as carriers await the full flowering of the FAA's Next Generation Air Transportation System and Eurocontrol's Single European Sky ATM Research (Sesar) effort, a purely intra- and inter-airline arrivals synchronization technology is racking up solid savings for one major carrier. “While we're waiting for NextGen and Sesar, there are a lot of things an airline can do to manage its own house,” asserts Keith Wichman, director of ATM and airline efficiency services for GE Aviation ...

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