Gearing up for recovery through extended ATFM horizon
Looking back at past crises always tells us interesting lessons. In 2019-20, Europe faced the highest ATFM delays of the previous decade despite a feeble rise in air traffic and existing ATFM infrastructure. As countries prepare to re-open their borders post-COVID, similar impacts may be expected unless ANSPs, airlines, and airport authorities collaborate closely and innovate the way air traffic management has been done. How can one such innovation - the extension of the ATFM forecast horizon - play a role in ensuring an improved and resilient ATM system in the coming years.
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