Airspace

Volcanic ash grounds flights in Brisbane

June 21, 2011 0

The volcanic ash plume continues to cause air traffic chaos across Australia and New Zealand. Brisbane Airport warned travellers of domestic delays following the cancellation of all flights to Sydney, Canberra and Adelaide last night. […]

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Perth on volcanic ash watch

June 15, 2011 0

Meteorologists and air traffic management officers are closely monitoring a large body of volcanic ash approaching Perth from the south-west today. The ash is expected to affect flights to and from Western Australia as early […]

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Volcanic ash disruptions spread to Adelaide

June 14, 2011 0

Ash is continuing to affect airspace in south-eastern Australia, with impacts predicted to continue for some days. While the bulk of the ash plume remains to the south of the Australian mainland, Tasmania, Adelaide and […]

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Volcanic ash impacts Australian airspace

June 12, 2011 0

Volcanic ash from a Chilean volcano which has travelled around the world and has started to affect some flights in southern Australia and New Zealand may affect air traffic for the next few days. With […]

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Ash cloud heads towards German airspace

May 25, 2011 0

The Icelandic ash cloud causing chaos for air travellers was Wednesday set to blow from Britain towards Germany, forcing airports in the north of the country to close. Around 500 flights were grounded Tuesday as […]

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UK CAA issues volcanic ash update

May 23, 2011 0

The UK Civil Aviation Authority says that new arrangements put in place since last year’s volcanic ash cloud would ensure high levels of public safety while helping to limit any disruption in the event that […]

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London Oxford selects Thales for Olympics

May 23, 2011 0

London Oxford Airport has awarded Thales a contract to supply and install the latest generation radar system, a precursor to the next major phase of redevelopment at the airport. Project management will be supplied by […]