The U.S. and Europe are taking the lead in transforming their air traffic systems, but it’s not yet clear whether the two versions will match up enough and create a template that the rest of the world can follow. ATC specialists from around the world met in Montreal this month to discuss how to ensure that the FAA’s NextGen and Eurocontrol’s Sesar (Single European Sky ATM Research) projects are in sync, and to hash out how air traffic management can be standardized worldwide. A global ...

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