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In other words, if there is a problem with the primary systems or equipment, there will be no redundancy to ensure continued air traffic operations.
The IPCC recommends funding more research into aviation's effects on climate to guide the development of aircraft and engine technology, promoting more efficient air traffic operations and expanding the use of regulatory and economic measures to encourage emissions reductions.
NATS, a company that provides air traffic control to all London airports, faces similar operational challenges as a major air hub in Europe and has been sharing its experience and expertise of managing high intensity air traffic operations with CAAS.
EUROCONTROL works to achieve safe, efficient and environmentally-friendly air traffic operations across the whole of the European region.
In addition to serving as an architectural landmark for the airport, the ATC tower will also become the new nerve centre and hub of air traffic operations.
FAA said it will additionally develop a "Fatigue Risk Management System for air traffic operations by January of next year," explaining, "This management system will be designed to collect and analyze data associated with work schedules, including work intensity, to ensure that the schedules are not increasing the possibility of fatigue.
With around 80 per cent of Middle Eastern airspace being restricted for military use, air corridors are becoming busier, and this is putting pressure on regional authorities to increase the capacity and efficiency of air traffic operations, the report said.
Air traffic operations at Brussels Airport have resumed and will gradually return to normal in the coming days , the Brussels Airport said in a statement Wednesday.