NAV CANADA—an efficiency initiative led by Canada’s air navigation services provider (ANSP)—has demonstrated the viability and safety of aircraft varying speeds and altitudes while transiting the North Atlantic (NAT) in airspace beyond the range of conventional surveillance systems. The ENGAGE II project was conducted in partnership with Air France and in conjunction with UK ANSP NATS, supported by the Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) Joint Undertaking (SJU) as part ...

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