FAA awarded a $2.77 million contract to ITT Corp. and GE’s Naverus to help accelerate the development of satellite-based procedures that will allow aircraft to fly more directly to their destinations. According to FAA, prime contractor ITT and Naverus will develop required navigation performance (RNP) approach procedures for five US airports: Anchorage International in Alaska, Dayton International in Ohio, Kansas City International, Milwaukee’s General Mitchell International ...

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