Global Commercial Air Traffic Management - Market and Technology Forecast to 2029

Market forecasts by Region, Airport Size, Offering, and hard/software. Country Analysis, Market Dynamics, Market and Technology Overview, Trends overview, Opportunity and COVID-19 Analysis, and Leading Company Profiles

The aviation infrastructure that facilitates air transport services for passengers and commodities includes air traffic management (ATM) and airports. ATM provides the connecting infrastructure that enables airplanes to travel safely between airports by providing air traffic control (ATC) and related services. ATM offers facilities that are required for safe and reliable air transportation by controlling the separation of aircraft and air traffic flows. The aviation industry is a dynamic structure of multiple interconnected components. ATMs and airports play a critical role in the competitiveness of airline services as well as their availability for passengers and freight. The ability of airplanes to operate safely and efficiently in airspace is dictated by the efficiency of the air navigation system and ATM facilities, as well as the equipment available in aircraft and pilot training. This has an impact on flight times and fuel burn. ATM has a direct effect on air transportation costs via charges, as well as an implicit effect on service efficiency, such as delays and inadequate routings that can be imposed on aviation industry.

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