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Disruptive Technologies in Air Traffic Management, speech at the 8th Florence Air Forum

EUROCONTROL’s Director General, Frank Brenner,  addressed the 8th Air Forum in Florence on the topic of disruptive technologies in air traffic management.

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20 October 2016
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19 October 2016
Governments finally reach agreement on carbon offsetting...


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