The European Commission has announced the availability of €400 million ($438 million) to aid the deployment stage of the Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) program. SESAR was launched in 2004 as the technological pillar of the Single European Sky (SES). Its role is to define, develop and deploy what is needed to increase ATM performance in Europe. SES aims to simplify the current complexity of European air traffic control arrangements by organizing airspace into functional ...

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