For general aviation, the return on investment in NextGen aircraft equipage may not be as apparent as it is for commercial air transport operators, a leading aerospace and defense (A&D) industry analyst says. The U.S. NextGen air traffic control modernization program could yield $281 billion through 2035, according to Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu’s 2013 Global Aerospace and Defense Industry Outlook. This includes fuel efficiency gains and reductions in weather-related and congestion ...

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