The emergence of very light jets and airport problems could thwart European and U.S. efforts to reduce air traffic delays through extensive ATM modernization efforts. Government and industry officials backing the soon-to-be-renamed European Sesame (Single European Sky Implementation) program and its U.S. counterpart, the Next-Generation Air Traffic System (Ngats) initiative, worry that some of the outside factors have been receiving only scant attention and could undercut what can be ...

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