Air traffic controllers land record £155m fuel savings for airlines

Will Nichols
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Air traffic servives company NATS says new technology and smoother flights reduced emissions by more than 600,000 in the past year

Airlines have saved £155m in fuel costs over the last financial year thanks to improved use of airspace, air traffic controllers directing smoother flights, and new technology. NATS, the air traffic...

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