Front & Center

November 1, 2018 0

Dave Hughes visits the Federal Aviation Administration’s William J Hughes Technical Center and learns that alongside advanced ATC simulation, unmanned aviation and commercial space are some of the vital aspects of its testing and development […]


Weather Eye

November 1, 2018 0

John Croft reports on how FAA weather researchers are working to put more smarts in weather cameras to give pilots in remote areas a better way to establish visibility at airports and en route waypoints. […]


RESILIENCE Reading The Signals

October 15, 2018 0

James Miller and Mitch Narins discuss the need for resilient Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Services for the safe, secure, and efficient movement of aircraft in the National Airspace System and beyond. […]



October 15, 2018 0

In an evolving aviation industry, where flexibility, efficiency and cost reductions are fundamental to continued growth, Gerald Enzinger, managing director of Frequentis Comsoft, discusses how the industry can simplify surveillance data distribution. In ATC, the […]


RESILIENCE: Business As Usual?

October 4, 2018 0

As the ATM industry deploys ever more complex technologies and becomes progressively more integrated, how does it develop the necessary resilience to guarantee ATM safety? Frequentis’ Hannu Juurakko shares his views on the current situation […]


RESILIENCE: Loud & Clear?

October 4, 2018 0

Paul Ravenhill discusses what needs to be in place in an effort to develop resilient communications for a digital future ATM appears to be on the cusp of a bright new digital future. A digital […]

Single European Sky

Searching For Solutions

September 10, 2018 0

  The last days of August saw the European air transport network – as predicted – coming under huge pressure as traffic levels broke all-time highs and saw delay skyrocketing. According to the Eurocontrol Network […]

Thought Leadership

Breaking Out Of The Blame Cycle

September 10, 2018 2

There is no doubt that we’ve just emerged from a very challenging summer, writes Martin Rolfe, the chief executive of UK provider NATS, in the latest issue of Air Traffic Management magazine. Across Europe, traffic […]

Single European Sky

As Good As It Gets?

September 10, 2018 0

So the worldwide yearly air passenger numbers have topped four billion for the first time, writes Aimée Turner in the latest issue of Air Traffic Management magazine. IATA says the new 2017 record saw airlines […]


First Steps

September 3, 2018 1

Dave Hughes reports on how the United States’ NextGen programme is transitioning towards Trajectory Based Operations Now that the NextGen system, Terminal Flight Data Management (TFDM), is in development and deployment, the NextGen time-based management […]