As the cost to aircraft operators of fuel, delays and environmental measures continues to build, air traffic management (ATM) stands at a crossroads. Transformative technologies to increase capacity and efficiency are coming to fruition, but policy makers are still debating the framework under which new systems will operate. These tensions will be under the spotlight this week as ATM leaders gather in Amsterdam for the annual ATC Global show. In the following pages, Aviation Week ...

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