GE Aviation will provide technical support to air navigation service provider Airports Authority of India (AAI) to speed deployment of Required Navigation Performance (RNP) flight paths throughout India. “India has more than 50 mid-sized airports which could benefit immediately with track-mile and fuel savings from RNP,” says Giovanni Spitale, general manager of GE Aviation’s Flight Efficiency Services. “In the long term, India could realize 80,000 tons of fuel and 252,000 tons of ...
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