Boeing is developing a plan to use its increasing capabilities to lead a rebuilding of the U.S. air traffic management system and later expand the program worldwide, a company official told The DAILY at the Air Traffic Control Association's annual meeting in Atlantic City. Ronald Hill, program manager for commercial information systems at Boeing, said Tuesday that three teams are exploring the best ways to get the project under way. The effort is expected to cost more than $1 ...

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