DSNA, the French Air Navigation Service provider, and IATA, the International Air Transport Association, have agreed to cooperate on the development of a French Air Traffic Management (ATM) Strategy (FAS). In 2016, DSNA was the first European ANSP to cross the symbolic threshold of 3 million safely controlled flights. Over the next two decades, passenger demand is expected to grow by 58%, resulting in 68 million extra travellers flying to, from and within France in 2035. Servicing this demand, ensuring safety while reducing costs, CO2 emissions and delays, requires France to optimize its airspace and to modernize its air traffic

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