Boeing announced last week that its Phantom Works Advanced Air Traffic Management unit signed a two-year, €615,000 ($762,000) contract with Air Traffic Alliance--the European consortium that includes Eurocontrol, EADS, Airbus and Thales--to assist in development of the Single European Sky ATM Research program. Phantom Works VP and GM Kevin Brown called the deal, which also involves Honeywell and Rockwell Collins, "strategically critical" at a press briefing in Arlington, Va., saying ...

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