Inmarsat has signed agreements with five major air navigation service providers (ANSPs) in support of Iris, a European program aimed at increasing the use of data link services to support controller-pilot communications and improve trajectory management. Under the agreements, DFS (Germany), ENAIRE (Spain), ENAV (Italy), Eurocontrol MUAC (Northwest Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands) and NATS (UK) will join an “initial operational ...

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