US-based Harris Corp. will build and operate a new aviation telecommunications network for India under a contract the company signed May 10 with Airport Authority of India (AAI), that country’s air navigation service provider (ANSP). The parties signed a 15-year, $141 million master services agreement during the US-India Aviation Summit in Mumbai. Harris describes the contract as the largest air traffic management (ATM) technology award in recent history. The Melbourne, Florida-based ...

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