WITH AN ULTIMATE GOAL OF more than 12% saving in fuel and a corresponding reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, the imperative for air traffic control reform has taken on a new urgency. Yet significant gains remain elusive save for a few locations around the globe that share something in common: A new model of cooperation between air navigation service providers and the commercial user community. Airservices Australia, Airways New Zealand, Nav Canada and Sweden's LFV are each in their way ...

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