The U.S. has a single sky, but Europe has a more consolidated ATC upgrade program
Europeâ€™s Single European Sky ATM Research Phase 2 (Sesar) project appears to be well-organized and about to embark on a â‚¬2.1-billion ($3.3-billion), eight-year research and development program as Eurocontrol last week received the master plan for the project from an industry consortium. The U.S., meanwhile, lacks a program manager with senior executive rank or a consolidated budget for its NextGen air traffic control modernization program. NASAâ€™s aeronautics research establishment has ...
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