US NextGen air traffic control technology is a decade old even as it’s introduced and the nation is rapidly falling behind other countries with more advanced air traffic management systems. A panel of US airlines and the head of the US National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) outlined the consequences of not having a dependable, steady revenue stream to support national airspace growth through technology advances. Speaking at the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Aviation ...

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