Surveillance

Indra wins Jordan ATM contract

April 27, 2011 0

Indra has won a contract to implement radar surveillance and air traffic management systems in Jordan. The contract awarded by the Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission (CARC) of the country, amounts to €4M. This new win […]

Surveillance

Thales ATC radar inaugurated by Georgian President

April 26, 2011 0

Mikheil Saakashvili President of Georgia and Thierry Mariani, French Transport have inaugurated the Thales Monopulse Secondary Surveillance Radar (MSSR) system installed at the Poti Airport in Georgia. The implementation of this advanced technology radar system […]

News

GPS operational control segment goes live

April 26, 2011 0

Boeing´s GPS Operational Control Segment (OCS) has gained full operational status with the US Air Force 50th Space Wing, Schriever Air Force Base, Colo. OCS keeps the GPS system operational within specified accuracy to provide […]

News

Ash cloud concerns legitimate: report

April 26, 2011 0

Concerns for air traffic during volcanic ash cloud were legitimate, according to the Guardian newspaper. The report in today´s paper (http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/apr/25/air-traffic-volcanic-ash-cloud) says scientific tests found that grains in last April´s ash cloud were sharp enough […]

Safety

NATCA calls for fatigue measures

April 26, 2011 0

Statement from NATCA President Paul Rinaldi: Last week we began an open and honest dialogue with our members about recent incidents and the reminder to always uphold the high standard of professionalism and commitment to […]

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Firefly Relies on Navigation Data from Lufthansa Systems

April 21, 2011 0

Malaysian regional airline Firefly will use the comprehensive navigation data from Lufthansa Systems for its Flight Management System (FMS). Both companies recently signed a three-year-contract for the use of Lido/FMS. The FMS database contains all […]

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US transport chief sets new tarmac delay targets

April 21, 2011 0

US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has announced new airline passenger protections that will expand the current ban on lengthy tarmac delays. The new rule will now extend to cover foreign airlines’ operations at US airports […]

Single European Sky

FABEC Project West uses real-time simulation on new routes

April 20, 2011 0

The civil ANSPs Belgocontrol, the French DSNA, EUROCONTROL´s Maastricht UAC and NATS (UK), together with their military colleagues from the Belgian and French Air Forces, validated an improved airspace structure during a two-week large-scale real-time […]

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Presidential jet in aborted landing: reports

April 20, 2011 0

An official aircraft believed to be carrying US First Lady Michelle Obama had to abort its landing at a US air force base on Monday, according to US media reports. Michelle Obama was believed to […]