Lockheed Martin’s En Route Automation Modernization (ERAM) system has now replaced the En Route Host computer system that manages traffic in US airspace at all 20 of FAA’s en route air traffic control (ATC) centers, FAA said. “This is a really, really big deal,” FAA administrator Michael Huerta said at a Thursday press conference at Washington National Airport (DCA). “As of today, Host is history. We have shut it off. ERAM is the only system we’re using ...

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