September 19, 2014

Much Remains to be Seen: The Future of NextGen

Juliet Van Wagenen

Michael Whitaker, deputy administrator and chief NextGen officer at the FAA. Photo: ATCA [Avionics Today 09-19-2014] There’s a long road ahead, but nothing will get in their way. That was the sentiment at the NextGen Institute’s public forum yesterday in which speakers from the FAA and private sectors discussed the goals and shortcomings of NextGen implementation. The NextGen Institute, a public-private partnership between the FAA and the National Center for Advanced Technologies (NCAT)...

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