NATS Trial Reduces CO2 And Fuel Burn

Credit: National Air Traffic Services
A U.K. project to use air traffic radar data to improve the environmental performance of aircraft operating into airports has led to reduced CO2 and fuel-burn levels. Trials launched in late 2011 in conjunction with airlines flying out of Edinburgh, Scotland, have realized savings of more than £165...

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