FAA’s ERAM ‘Will Be A New System,’ IG Says

Controllers at the FAA’s Chicago en route center in 2014.
Credit: FAA
The FAA will essentially have a new system for managing high-altitude air traffic once upgrades to the current En Route Automation Modernization (ERAM) system are completed in 2025, the Transportation Department inspector general reports. Since fiscal 2017, the FAA has spent $21 million per month on...

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