Category Archives: Airspace

IAA extends Shannon FRA into lower airspace

The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) has successfully introduced the extension of Shannon’s Free Route Airspace (FRA) into Shannon’s lower airspace. This builds on the success … More ››

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IATA denies bottom-up national strategy approach is weakening aims of the Single European Sky

IATA has outlined its new strategy to get the most consequential individual states to develop their national air navigation services in partnership with airlines in … More ››

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GCAA to complete Middle East airspace overhaul

The General Civil Aviation Authority, GCAA, will implement one of the largest airspace changes the region has ever seen on December 7. Specifically, the date … More ››

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Europe’s U-Space steps up to PODIUM

The SESAR Horizon 2020 PODIUM project will demonstrate unmanned aircraft system traffic management (UTM) services, procedures and technologies at four operational sites in Denmark, France … More ››

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Kazakhstan looking to free route development

Kazaeronavigatsia is targeting the development of Performance Based Navigation (PBN) to allow more flexible use of its airspace. According to Azat Bekturov, general director of … More ››

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PANSA, IATA to develop national airspace plan

PANSA, Poland’s air navigation service provider, and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) have agreed to work together with other aviation stakeholders to develop a National … More ››

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Instrument flight procedure experts join Osprey

Osprey has recruited Liam Clarke, Sam Shuttlewood and Chris Latus to form a new Instrument Flight Procedure (IFP) design team based at the consultancy’s new office … More ››

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EANA readies for new ATC tower at Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, Argentina’s busiest airport

The new control tower at Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, Buenos Aires’ metropolitan airport, is nearing completion Argentina’s transport minister Guillermo Dietrich and the president of EANA, … More ››

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Baltic FAB partners form link with Ukraine

PANSA, Poland’s’ air navigation service provider, and its Lithuanian counterpart ORO Navigacija have signed a memorandum of cooperation with Ukrainian air traffic agency UkSATSE. The … More ››

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DFS support tool offers airspace capacity boost

German air navigation service provider DFS and software business GLVI (Gesellschaft für Luftverkehrsinformatik) have developed a high performance system to assist air traffic controllers in … More ››

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