Category Archives: CAAs/ANSPs

CAAS, Eurocontrol partner to advance ATM

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and the European Organisation for the Safety of Air Navigation (Eurcontrol) have signed a Cooperation Agreement (CA), establishing a partnership … More ››

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ANZ, NATS, CAAS team on long haul delays

The chief executives of three of the world’s leading air navigation service providers (ANSPs) have signed a tripartite collaboration agreement to improve the on-time performance … More ››

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Metron wins Singapore ATFM system contract  

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has awarded Metron Aviation, a subsidiary of Airbus, an Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM) system contract. Metron will … More ››

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France’s Gandil becomes FABEC Council chair

Patrick Gandil, France’s CAA director general, has taken over the chair of the FABEC Council for a second time. Gandil has been a key figure … More ››

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Airports call for European drone rulebook

The European airport industry is calling for the swift adoption of safety and traffic management rules at EU level on the use of drones. ACI Europe … More ››

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Airways NZ ready for future space launches

Air navigation services provider Airways New Zealand is gearing up to handle regular rocket launches through its airspace following Rocket Lab’s successful test flight of … More ››

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SAEI, ICAO to share technical information

SAE International and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) have committed to an even closer partnership through the signing of an updated memorandum of understanding (MoU). … More ››

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US shutdown confirms system ‘broken’: NATCA

The Federal Aviation Administration of the US has confirmed that due to a lapse in funding, it will only continue “exempt” activities such as air … More ››

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Busiest ever year for IAA with 1.1m flights

The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) confirmed today that 1,135,845 total flights were safely handled in Ireland in 2017, a new record. This marks a significant … More ››

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NAV Portugal appoints new chief

Jorge Manuel da Mota Ponce de Leão has been appointed president of the Board of NAV Portugal where he joins Egídia Pinto de Queiroz Martins … More ››

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