ANSPs Start Scaling Back North Atlantic Organized Track Structure
LONDON—The air navigation service providers (ANSP) of the UK and Canada are to abolish the use of the North Atlantic Organized Track Structure (OTS) for flights below FL330 (33,000 ft.) from March 1. Removing the OTS will allow pilots of transatlantic flights to undertake the route and trajectory...
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