Single European Sky

Fragmentation challenge more complex than originally thought

June 3, 2019 0

Smaller air navigation service providers (ANSPs) can raise performance by merging airspace although there comes a point where diminishing returns soon occur, according to an analysis of functional airspace block (FAB) performance by university academics […]

Airspace

Technology, network approach keys to seamless airspace

April 10, 2019 0

CANSO – the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation – has laid out the steps that all stakeholders in air traffic management need to take towards achieving seamless airspace. Air navigation services providers (ANSP) and states […]

Surveillance

Out of Range?

March 7, 2019 0

The SENSR programme will replace aging infrastructure with modern, state of the art surveillance capabilities – something that will call for innovative financing by industry, reports Dan Hanlon. The United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) […]

Environment

A4E attacks inefficiency impact on environment

March 7, 2019 0

ATC strikes, technical failures and operational shortcomings have generated one million tonnes of avoidable carbon dioxide emissions over the last five years  – on top of the additional pollution caused by the lack of progress […]

Airspace

Europe reveals vision of unified upper airspace

March 6, 2019 0

European ATM modernisers are proposing a radical new approach to the EU region’s upper airspace architecture that takes full advantage of modern technology and decouples service provision from local infrastructure. The origins of the proposal […]

Airspace

Russia to start developing free route, flexible airspace

February 11, 2019 0

Russian air navigation service provider State ATM Corporation is to develop proposals for the introduction of flexible use of airspace and free routing. A February 1 meeting was attended by representatives from across the nation included […]