Ungated Post | 08 Sep 2015

Economic benefits of improvements to Middle East air traffic control

Oxford Economics modelled the impact of a potential doubling of air traffic delays in the Middle East due to air traffic control over a ten-year period, finding benefits of $16.3 billion accruing to passengers and airlines if these delays are avoided.

About NATS NATS is the UK’s leading provider of air traffic control services, handling 2.2 million flights and 220 million passengers in UK airspace each year. To find out more, please visit: www.nats.aero.

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