The Deccan Chronical reports the Airports Authority of India (AAI) will set up a Central Air Traffic Flow Management center at New Delhi for controlling Indian airspace from a single facility. “We will complete the integration of the entire upper space in the country by this year-end,” said AAI Air Navigation Services member V. Somasundaram.

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