May 28, 2010 /EIN Presswire/ — The Obama administration is speeding up installation of a planned new air traffic network which will use satellites to direct aircraft rather than ground-based radar.
The new system, expected to cost from between $2 to $4 billion is scheduled for completion by 2020, but the White House is considering incentives as a way to install the navigation equipment sooner.
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