After less than two years of intensive effort and just four formal meetings, the Asia-Pacific region is close to finalizing its seamless air traffic management (ATM) plan—a blueprint for addressing the fragmentation that constrains the region’s airspace. A final report is due to be presented to the June meeting of the ICAO Asia-Pacific Air Navigation Planning and Implementation Regional Group (APANPIRG) for endorsement, with the aim of achieving the Nov. 2015 first ...

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