For the air transport industry, a new generation of aircraft with more efficient engines is supposed to help bottom lines and the environment. But their value will be partly wasted if they are not operated efficiently, a typical example being a six-month-old narrowbody aircraft flying a 1-hr. route and being asked to wait 10 min. in a stack before entering the airport’s approach. This is what the Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) program is trying to address through a range of ...

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