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. […]


Heathrow's capacity woes hinder connectivity

June 19, 2018 0

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 annual Airport Industry Connectivity Report Its figures show that the […]


France is hobbling Single Sky progress: Senate

June 18, 2018 1

French air traffic control must learn from its mistakes and make significant efforts if it is to handle the ever-increasing levels of air traffic with renewed efficiency, according to a Senate report which proposes a raft […]


Incident prompts controller risk assessment

March 6, 2013 0

Airservices Australia is to improve its training procedures for enroute air traffic controllers following an investigation into a loss of separation incident that occurred in 2011. Airservices Australia advised that it would develop a training […]


New ATM guide from enviro group ATAG

November 21, 2012 0

The Air Transport Action Group (ATAG) has released a new report on the future of air traffic management at the ICAO Air Navigation Conference in Montréal. Revolutionising Air Traffic Management is intended as an easy-to-understand […]


Qantas call sign error led to separation loss

October 15, 2012 0

A preliminary report by Australian air safety investigators has revealed that the call sign label for a QantasLink Boeing 717 cleared to descend into the path of Boeing 737 in Darwin was assigned to the […]


Flight ops role overlooked in NextGen

August 15, 2012 0

NextGen architects are failing to include the vital role of airline flight operations centres in planning how US airspace will be managed in future. The new report from NextGen agency, the Joint Planning and Development […]