The European Commission (EC) has seeking to extend the mandate of the Single European Sky Air Traffic Management Research program—better known as Sesar—for a further eight years until 2024, citing its “strong” commitment to the Single European Sky (SES) project. Sesar II would have a slightly lower budget than Sesar’s initial phase and the make-up of the funding would be retained, with the EU financing one-third of the envisaged €1.6 billion ($2.1 billion) budget, Eurocontrol another ...

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