Category Archives: Corporate

Airbus eyes airports, ATM as revenue generator

Airbus has outlined its ambition to grow revenues and boost customer value from its services offering. The European airframer at this year’s Farnborough Air Show … More ››

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Serco, Kongsberg team on remote ATC solution

Commercial air navigation service provider Serco and Norwegian Kongsberg Defence & Aerospace have signed a strategic collaboration agreement to address the emerging UK market for … More ››

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Brussels signals U-turn on ADS-B equipage

The European Commission admits it will allow ‘reasonable, justified’ exemptions for ADS-B retrofits after previously ruling that all airspace users had to be compliant by … 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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Boeing HorizonX Ventures leads $16 million investment in on-demand urban delivery startup

Boeing is to invest in Matternet, a US-based startup pioneering safe, on-demand unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) delivery operations in urban environments. Matternet’s advanced logistics platform – … More ››

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Managing congested airspace, airport traffic will create $5bn market by 2025: Frost & Sullivan

Greater demand for new technologies – mainly VoIP, remote towers, predictive technologies, and automation systems – will see the global commercial ATM industry develop into … More ››

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Heathrow’s capacity woes hinder connectivity

London Heathrow is losing out to its European rivals through sheer lack of capacity needed in order to grow, according to ACI EUROPE in its latest … More ››

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EASA’s new Basic Regulation receives EP nod

The European Parliament has voted overwhelmingly in favour of a new mandate for the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) during a June 12 plenary session. … More ››

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Airlines to scrutinise cost of OneSKY benefits

An airline industry chief has warned that Australia’s AUS$1.2 billion OneSKY programme which will unify both civil and military air traffic management must not lead … More ››

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NAV CANADA mulls extending lower charges, offers airlines free use of ADS-B during trials​

NAV CANADA has unveiled a rate revision proposal that would decrease rates by an average of 0.4 per cent, effectively continuing the one-year temporary rate … More ››

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