UK air navigation services provider NATS said more efficient air traffic control procedures, innovative new technologies, and better use of airspace saved a record-breaking 190,000 tonnes of aircraft carbon dioxide (CO2) in 2013. In its corporate responsibility report, NATS said the savings equated to cutting £38 million ($64 million) from airline fuel bills. The report charts the company’s progress during 2013 in reducing the environmental impact of aviation in UK airspace and ...

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