U.S. lawmakers are trying to pin down the impact of cost overruns and schedule delays to the Next Generation air traffic management system—particularly coming as they do during a time of government-wide budget cuts. The Department of Transportation Inspector General is reiterating reports that the most fundamental component of NextGen, known as En Route Automation Modernization, is up to six years behind schedule and about half of a billion dollars over budget. Although members of ...
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