This month, the European Union (E.U.) begins technical development for its long-anticipated Single European Sky (SES) air traffic management plan and ATC modernization. The instrument through which the E.U. and Eurocontrol will develop and demonstrate the technology that will make SES possible is “SESAR,” or Single European Sky-ATM Research, which began its definition phase in 2004. The SES endeavor is particularly notable from the western side of the Atlantic not just because of its ...

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