Transatlantic Surveillance From Space Is Making Flights Greener

Credit: National Air Traffic Services
Automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) operations for transatlantic flights are not only freeing up capacity in the increasingly busy oceanic skies but also paving the way for greener crossings. The activation of the Aireon-developed space-based ADS-B system at the end of March by...

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