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Elaine Chao said she's aware of the arguments for and against restructuring the FAA, but she was noncommittal on her position.
Controllers at the Maastricht Upper Area Control Center in the Netherlands take responsibility for high-altitude traffic over northwest Germany.
New bottom-up approach needed to develop Single European Sky
Closer spacing with more efficient routing and operations will help the aviation industry meet environmental goals, Aireon-funded study finds.
The two-year project, led by NetJets Europe, saw more than 360 successful trial flights In Europe.
Airlines and air navigation service providers played key roles in testing performance-based and augmented navigation, optimized descents.
Separating the FAA from its responsibility for air traffic control could disrupt progress toward ATC modernization, Melcher says.
Coalition launches 'The Sky's the Limit' campaign to advocate for new flight paths and operational procedures.
75-satellite network will be put into a diverse set of orbits to provide aircraft tracking over oceanic areas, polar regions and other remote places.
Shuster has held discussions with the president-elect on ATC reform and is reaching out to the transition team.