PARIS—SESAR Deployment Manager (SDM) sees the 100 projects it had already completed by February 2019 as instrumental in reducing European air transport delays by 6.2 million minutes by 2030. The projects produced an estimated reduction in delays of 363,000 minutes in 2019, general manager Nicolas Warinsko told Aviation Daily in a July 1 interview. SDM oversees the synchronization and coordination of the deployment of the key Common Projects of the Europe-wide SESAR program launched ...

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