Cathay Pacific signed an agreement with ATC provider Airservices Australia "aimed at delivering greater operational efficiencies and possible future cost savings," according to the carrier. The arrangement includes development of a communications protocol and implementation of an operational awareness program featuring crew visits to each other's facilities. The deal is the first of its kind for Cathay, which said it intends to sign similar accords with ATC organizations across its ...

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