European air traffic management (ATM) organization Eurocontrol and Brazil’s department of airspace control DECEA have begun exchanging long-haul flight data in real time in a bid to increase airspace capacity. The first time the Eurocontrol network manager (NM) confirmed the reception and processing of data from DECEA was on Nov. 21, Eurocontrol said Dec. 18. On that day, Eurocontrol’s enhanced tactical flow management system (ETFMS) received first system activation (FSA) ...

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