Airports Council International Europe, the Civil Air Navigation Services Organization, Eurocontrol and IATA unveiled a joint action plan to implement continuous descent approach procedures at up to 100 airports across Europe by the end of 2013, saving more than half a million tonnes of CO2 emissions annually. The plan, announced at the Aviation and Environment Summit, was developed by 19 organizations and companies across Europe including ANSPs, manufacturers, airports and airlines. ...

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