The agreements the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has signed with the French and Polish air navigation service providers (ANSP) are likely to be the first two in a bid to advance air traffic management (ATM) modernization in Europe in earnest. The airline lobbying group has been upset at the slow progress the European Commission (EC) has made with its Single European Sky (SES) project and so is attempting a bottom-up approach. In doing that, IATA is taking its own advice. In ...

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