UK's National Air Traffic Services and its Spanish counterpart Aena officially launched a joint venture company, cementing a memorandum of cooperation signed last year to develop an air traffic management system for both countries. It is the first time two national air navigation service providers have collaborated in such a commercial venture, both parties stressed. The new company, to be called SACTA ATM, will develop the Spanish ATC system SACTA to a point where it also is capable of ...

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