CAAs/ANSPs

DSNA successfully migrated to NewPENS

June 17, 2020 0

DSNA has successfully completed the migration to NewPENS of its operational data exchanges with Air Navigation Service Provider partners and EUROCONTROL. NewPENS is the new Pan-European Network Services (PENS) interconnection network, now aiming at supporting […]

Editorial

What’s new with the SESAR Deployment Manager?

April 30, 2020 0

ATM had the opportunity to speak with the SESAR Deployment Manager, General Manager, Nicolas Warinsko to get an update on current activities and achievements from the prior year and a look to the future.  Our […]

Airplane contrails
Airspace

Trajectory-based operations are one step closer

January 30, 2020 0

Trajectory-based operations or TBO, will allow Air Traffic Management systems to know, and if required, to modify planned and actual trajectory of a flight before or during its operation. This accomplished is via accurate information that is […]

Airlines

EU leadership must implement long-delayed Single Sky: A4E

December 13, 2019 0

A4E airline chiefs laid out their most pressing priorities for the new Commission mandate including urgent reform of Europe’s outdated air traffic management system ata recent meeting with new EU transport commissioner Adina-Iona Vălean. In […]

Airlines

Thales’ PureFlyt to harness fused onboard, open-world data

December 10, 2019 0

Thales has unveiled PureFlyt, the Flight Management System (FMS) of the future, specifically designed to efficiently manage aircraft in a connected aerospace ecosystem and in increasingly crowded skies. Combining extensive knowledge of avionics, connectivity, air […]

Operations

Cross border AMAN arrivals go live at London Gatwick 

December 10, 2019 0

An innovative cross border arrival management system known as XMAN has gone into operation at Gatwick following a successful SESAR trial run by NATS and its partners across Europe. XMAN’s success relies on the sharing […]

Corporate

National performance plan rejected by UK provider

December 10, 2019 1

British air navigation service provider NATS has rejected its national regulator’s five-year plan, insisting that it is not in the best interests of the United Kingdom, the travelling public or the business. NATS is subject […]