Nav Canada has announced plans for a new series of flight trials aimed at reducing emissions and cutting fuel consumption on the busy transatlantic corridor. The project is titled Europe-North America Go ADS-B for a Greener Environment (ENGAGE), and will involve the use of satellite-based surveillance to increase flight efficiency on North Atlantic routes. Trial flights are scheduled to begin in February, continuing through the spring of 2011. Also involved are Air France and the ...
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