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Pathfinding

July 12, 2019 0

New Zealand’s New Southern Sky programme is already delivering benefits as it moves to crucial third stage. As the New Southern Sky (NSS) programme moves to its third and final stage, the benefits of the […]

Airspace

Four Become One

July 12, 2019 0

Four European partners are working together on a common vision for Belgian airspace by 2030 which features a functional airspace design that can be efficiently and flexibly managed to deliver optimised services which will all […]

Single European Sky

Good Tidings?

June 18, 2019 0

Will the report of the Wise Persons Group on the future of the Single European Sky herald a much needed revolution for the industry, asks Paul Ravenhill? The Wise Persons Group (WPG) report published in […]

Airports

Growth Potential

June 7, 2019 0

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new $61 million air traffic control tower and Terminal Radar Approach Control (TRACON) at Piedmont Triad International Airport in Greensboro, North Carolina. “This […]

Features

Paradise Lost?

April 25, 2019 1

Issues in the management of en route air traffic over the South Pacific highlight problems that need to be overcome elsewhere in an effort to more efficiently manage oceanic airspace. Three air navigation service providers […]

Single European Sky

Experts set high level goals for Europe

April 15, 2019 0

Shared upper airspace with common route charging will in future help deliver the shortest routes possible for airlines and avoid prolonging flights unnecessarily, according to new recommendations from high level aviation experts. The so-called ‘wise […]

Operations

Compare & Contrast

April 11, 2019 0

US productivity remains considerably higher than in the Single European Sky region with each air traffic controller stateside handling at least 56 per cent more volume of traffic than their European counterparts over the last five years. […]

Features

What is Space-Based ADS-B?

April 2, 2019 0

Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) is an air traffic surveillance technology that relies on aircraft broadcasting their identity, a precise GPS position and other information derived from on-board systems. ADS-B is automatic because no work is required […]

Features

Who is Aireon?

April 2, 2019 0

WHO IS AIREON? Aireon is providing the first ever, global air traffic surveillance system using a space-based Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) network that meets the strict, real-time Air Traffic Service (ATS) surveillance requirements for air […]

Safety

Safety Checks

March 22, 2019 1

In the aftermath of the Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX crash on March 10, but before the FAA issued its order grounding those planes, there was a media feeding frenzy because other governments had acted sooner, […]