Nav Canada says transatlantic flight trials of new ATM procedures are yielding greater fuel savings and emission reductions than expected. The flight trials involve Air Canada, Air France, British Airways, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines, as well as U.K. ATM provider NATS. The first trial was a transatlantic Air Canada flight on Aug. 9, and the program will continue through the fall. A report on fuel savings and emission reductions will be released in October, but Nav Canada says ...
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