NTSB investigates JFK wing clipping: AUDIO/VIDEO

April 13, 2011 0

The US National Transportation Safety Board is investigating a wing tip clipping that occurred between an Airbus A380 (F-HPJD) and a Bombardier CRJ-700 (N641CA) at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. On April 11, […]


Dutch ANSP embarks on time-based innovation

March 30, 2011 0

Air Traffic Control the Netherlands (LVNL) is preparing to implement its Speed and Route Advisor (SARA) project, part of a strategy to completely innovate the way in which aircraft arrive at major airports where there […]


NTSB confirms Reagan Tower ATCO was asleep

March 25, 2011 0

The US National Transportation Safety Board has confirmed that the controller at the centre of the Reagan Tower service “interruption” was asleep. “The controller, who had 20 years´ experience, 17 of those at DCA, indicated […]


First EGNOS LPV procedure operational at Pau

March 23, 2011 0

The first LPV approaches can now be flown from 17 March at Pau Airport, a key milestone for EGNOS-based services implementation in France and across Europe ECAC area. EGNOS service provider ESSP officially declared the […]


All IATA airlines now listed on IOSA-register

April 24, 2009 1

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has confirmed that all 224 of its member airlines, comprising 93 per cent of all scheduled international air traffic, are now listed on the IATA Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) […]