MADRID—The air navigation service providers (ANSPs) of Spain, Germany, the U.K. and the Netherlands have signed an agreement for the joint development of the next generation of the air traffic controller working position (CWP), which should lead to reduced costs, increased efficiencies and ultimately take the Single Europe Sky (SES) forward. The common CWP is being developed under the umbrella of Interoperability Through European Collaboration (iTEC), and essentially extends the ...

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