The United States is being left behind in the implementation of satellite navigation and digital data communication for air traffic management in the Asia/Pacific areas, according to Brian O'Keeffe. The slow movement of the U.S. and a lack of strong leadership are actually slowing Communication, Navigation, Surveillance/Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) progress in the Pacific, O'Keeffe recently told Aviation Week&Space Technology. He chairs the International Civil Aviation ...

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