The International Air Transport Association (IATA) once again is criticizing the “painfully slow” progress in Europe’s air traffic management reform, and has issued its own plan for increasing ATM efficiency and lowering cost. IATA unveiled its blueprint at the Civil Air Navigation Organization (CANSO) World ATM Congress in Madrid. Among the recommendations are a drastic cut in the number of en-route control centers, and new ways to enforce cost-efficiency targets. Speaking at ...
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