The operational and environmental efficiency of UK airspace improved during the first half of the year, according UK air navigation services provider NATS. NATS measures the efficiency of an aircraft’s route and trajectory using its three-dimensional inefficiency (3Di) metric where each flight is compared to a scale where zero represents total environmental efficiency. Most flights typically score somewhere between 15 and 35. By providing direct routes, continuous climbs and descents ...

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