Category Archives: Airports

ADB SAFEGATE debuts ACE3 airfield lighting

ADB SAFEGATE has launched a new distributed control and monitoring solution for airfield lighting control and monitoring systems (ALCMS) that it believes will set new … More ››

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Inverness is HIAL’s preferred remote hub

A scoping study from consultants Ekos, setting out why Inverness should be the preferred location, has been accepted, in principle, by the Highlands and Islands Airports authority … More ››

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Ramping Up

From The Overlook at the Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT), a public observation area, enthusiasts can witness aircraft landing and taking off from the world’s … More ››

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Heathrow landmark vote gives runway go ahead

British legislators have unambiguously backed expanding London Heathrow Airport – ending decades of political debate on one of the UK’s most pressing infrastructure issues. MPs from … More ››

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160m passengers face being grounded, €88bn lost to aviation economy as Europe struggles with serious capacity challenges up to 2040

European aviation will fail to cope with the demand for flights over the next 20 years with around 160 million passengers unable to fly by … More ››

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Heathrow’s capacity woes hinder connectivity

London Heathrow is losing out to its European rivals through sheer lack of capacity needed in order to grow, according to ACI EUROPE in its latest … More ››

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ERA first foreign MLAT provider in China

China aviation regulators have issued a permit certificate to Czech manufacturer ERA which makes it the only foreign manufacturer allowed to deliver all airport surface, … More ››

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Kuwait,Deerns sign navigation systems contract

Kuwait’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has signed a contract worth KD 10.19 million (USD33.6 million) with the Dutch Deerns company for providing management … More ››

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Leesburg Executive to resume remote tests

Virginia’s Leesburg Executive Airport is to recommence testing its remote air traffic control system in June for a 30-day period. Phase 3a of the programme … More ››

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Lyon is France’s first regional A-CDM airport

Lyon-Saint Exupéry has become France’s first regional A-CDM airport. The Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) concept developed by Eurocontrol for the major European airports makes … More ››

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