Airports

Airbus, Cranfield select landing systems expert

October 18, 2018 0

Cranfield University has appointed Martin Skote as Airbus professor of landing systems engineering. He joins the University from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Modern aircraft design has led to lighter fuselage and wings, as well as […]

Airports

UK pilots back Gatwick runway capacity plan

October 15, 2018 0

The British Airline Pilots’ Association has responded positively to the news that Gatwick plans to use its emergency runway to increase capacity. BALPA general secretary Brian Strutton said the union had always been in favour of extra […]

Airports

Brexit impact on economy a concern: ACI

October 12, 2018 0

All eyes are on the Brexit negotiations not just because of the potential disruptions a no-deal outcome would have on air connectivity, but for the wider economic consequences, according to a European airport chief. Olivier […]

Airports

Hong Kong selects Indra for GBAS trial

October 4, 2018 0

The Civil Aviation Department of Hong Kong has awarded a tender to Indra’s Norwegian subsidiary through an open tender exercise for provision of services in carrying out GBAS flight trials at the Hong Kong International […]

Airports

Frequentis predicts a converged UTM/ATM

September 28, 2018 0

The primary concern with integrating unmanned traffic management (UTM) and air traffic management (ATM) is safety and ensuring manned aviation, as well as people and property on the ground are not negatively affected. The key […]