The long-overdue initiative should help cut flight delays and improve airlines' operational efficiency
A plan to unify Europe's fragmented airspace and boost air traffic management efficiency is now poised to become a reality in the next two years. Providing long-awaited political support, the transport ministers of the 15 European Union member states just ratified the Single European Sky program, which is designed to harmonize continental ATM by December 2004. A European Parliament endorsement is expected soon. The SES initiative aims to cut flight delays, curb flight times by ...
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