The European Union (EU) will fund the next stage in a plan to ease congestion in northern Europe’s crowded skies. It will provide €63.2 million ($70.9 million) for the second stage of plans by the Borealis Alliance to introduce Free Route Airspace (FRA) across northern Europe by 2021. FRA allows aircraft to take the most economical route between departure point and destination, rather than navigating along fixed airways. The Borealis Alliance consists of air navigation service ...

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