European nations are making uneven progress toward meeting Single European Sky surveillance and communications technology requirements, according to the organization tasked with coordinating air traffic management (ATM) common projects. Sixteen of 28 member states now comply with ground-network requirements of the European Commission’s Data Link Services (DLS) mandate, which air navigation service providers (ANSP) were required to meet by February 2018. Airlines have until February ...

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