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  • The improvements show savings of more than 400 tons of CO2 on the test flights, or roughly the annual emissions of 100 passenger cars, Sesar officials said.

    Airlines Find Ways to Trim Fuel Use

  • "It's a question of having the right dialogue between all the different actors," said Mr. Ky at Sesar.

    Study Seeks 'Greener' Flight

  • "AIRE shows that without any major technology investments we can have significant gains," said Patrick Ky, executive director of the Sesar Joint Undertaking, the office overseeing the Sesar project in Brussels.

    Study Seeks 'Greener' Flight

  • Manfred Mohr, head of Sesar work at German aviation group

    U.S., EU Near Air-Traffic Management Deal

  • The goal of NextGen and Sesar is to increase the capacity and safety of air-travel networks while cutting flight times and congestion.

    U.S., EU Near Air-Traffic Management Deal

  • It is a "very good move for us because we are ... a little held back" due to uncertainty over questions of system compatibility, said Fiona McFadden, an adviser to the Sesar executive director, at the New Orleans conference.

    U.S., EU Near Air-Traffic Management Deal

  • "Now it's time for engineers to come together around the table," said Sesar spokesman Eric Platteau.

    U.S., EU Near Air-Traffic Management Deal

  • Sesar is being jointly developed by the EU and major aerospace technology companies including the Airbus division of European Aeronautic Defence

    U.S., EU Near Air-Traffic Management Deal

  • Sesar plans bigger incremental steps but will take them more slowly, as larger elements of Europe's envisioned network come together.

    U.S., EU Near Air-Traffic Management Deal

  • John and his books were indispensable, as was Bill McNeil, the éminence grise of the California Winter League, and his associate Los Angeles history aficionado Sesar Carreno.

    Satch, Dizzy & Rapid Robert

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  • An old expression used by my mother and her mother. It's used sort of nonsensically, as a statement to a child who is wound up before bedtime to make them laugh but also to make them think. For example, "Thumpy Gudgins!" Could be a turning point from hyper-mode to sleepy-mode. Sort of like magic words!

    July 15, 2009