Monthly Archives: May 2018

NAV CANADA mulls extending lower charges, offers airlines free use of ADS-B during trials​

NAV CANADA has unveiled a rate revision proposal that would decrease rates by an average of 0.4 per cent, effectively continuing the one-year temporary rate … More ››

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AVINOR advances multiple remote tower ops

Norwegian air service provider AVINOR with Indra and its Norwegian subsidiary, Indra Navia as technology provider, have successfully completed the first test in a series of … More ››

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Eurocontrol chooses Thales to strengthen cyber security and digitalisation of air traffic services

Eurocontrol has awarded Thales two contracts to strengthen the cyber security of its information systems and, in partnership with Cegeka, a Belgian company specialising in … More ››

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Uber targets Paris, France as UTM test bed

Uber plans to open an Uber Elevate research station in Paris where its researchers will spend US$23.4 million over the next five year researching how to navigate … More ››

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ENAV selects Leonardo for drone manager

Leonardo has been selected by Italy’s ENAV as its industrial partner to develop an air traffic control system for unmanned aircraft. Leonardo will lead an … More ››

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Seamless airspace plan for 19 African states

Eastern and southern African states have passed new legislation to establish seamless upper airspace. The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) which met in … More ››

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FAB CE partners on NAVAID interoperability

The chief executives of FAB CE’s seven air navigation service providers (ANSPs) have given the go-ahead for a NAVAID optimisation project that will improve interoperability … More ››

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AAI strikes air navigation deal with IIT-Madras

Airports Authority of India (AAI) has struck a deal with IIT-Madras to jointly research and improve air navigation systems. The MoU is part of AAI’s … More ››

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Rockwell Collins’ next-gen MMR now certified and set to enter 737 MAX service this summer

Rockwell Collins’ GLU-2100 next-generation Multi-Mode Receiver (MMR) for air transport aircraft has achieved certification with Boeing and will enter into service on the 737 MAX with several … More ››

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FLYHT certified for Inmarsat’s SB-S platform

Real-time aircraft connectivity expert FLYHT Aerospace Solutions has become the first partner for Inmarsat’s recently-launched Aviation Certified Application Provider (CAP) programme that will bring together … More ››

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