The main issues facing Eurocontrol and the FAA in air traffic modernization are diverging, as European officials cope with an immediate need to cut the carbon footprint of aviation while the U.S. struggles with uncertainty on ATC leadership. U.S. industry officials at the Maastricht ATC meeting--the largest of its type in the world each year--were buzzing about a key leadership change at the FAA. They weren't surprised that the FAA's chief operating officer (COO), Russell Chew, had ...

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