International Civil Aviation Organization's Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP) reached agreement on stricter noise and emissions standards at a three-day meeting this month in Montreal, including a 16% reduction in the levels of nitrogen oxides currently allowed aircraft engines. The third meeting of CAEP, in December 1995, was unable to reach a consensus on NOx. This fourth meeting also called for a speedy implementation of CNS/ATM modernization as the U.S. had ...

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