Category Archives: CAAs/ANSPs

Controllers demand Brussels ease cost-cutting

European controllers are insisting that the severe economic impact of Brussels legislation on air navigation service providers is crippling investment in both infrastructure and people. Europe’s … More ››

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NATS tracking Brexit’s likely impact on revenues

Continuing uncertainty over Britain’s decision to leave the European Union could hit the revenue NATS generates from managing traffic, the business has warned. In its latest … More ››

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BULATSA opens security operations centre

BULATSA has opened an operations security centre co-financed by the European Commission under the Connecting Europe facility. The Bulgarian air navigation service provider said the … More ››

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NATS reports significant carbon, fuel savings

More than 200,000 tonnes of aircraft CO2 emission were saved last year as a result of airspace management improvements, according to the latest figures released … More ››

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Trump Administration targets ATC once again through planned federal government overhaul

President’s Trump Administration is to revisit efforts to spin off air traffic control services from the US Federal Aviation Administration as part of a larger … More ››

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Zurich airport projects cut environmental impact, boost passenger connectivity

Skyguide is overcoming one of the disadvantages of the ‘first come, first served’ principle where aircraft queuing at arrival route entry points just before the … 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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France is hobbling Single Sky progress: Senate

French air traffic control must learn from its mistakes and make significant efforts if it is to handle the ever-increasing levels of air traffic with … More ››

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Chao vows efforts on ATC reform are not over

US Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao insists that the fight for ATC reform is far from over, according to AIN. Reporting from a Washington Post forum … More ››

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iTEC Alliance collaboration extended to further support Single European Sky implementation

The iTEC (interoperability Through European Collaboration) Alliance, composed of seven European air navigation service providers (ANSP) together with industry partner Indra, have expanded their collaboration … More ››

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