Single European Sky

European Commission ‘hoping for a miracle’: IFATCA

March 12, 2019 0

The European Commission, the airline industry and the Performance Review Body (PRB) remain oblivious to the ‘obvious’ link between the significant cost reduction campaign waged over the last eight years and Europe’s flight delay problems, […]

Airlines

New European ATM targets ‘rewarding failure’

March 6, 2019 0

The European Commission is rewarding failure with the latest set of targets for the European ATM industry, according to an European airline organisation chief. Commenting on the targets, International Air Transport Association (IATA) regional vice […]

CAAs/ANSPs

Controllers demand Brussels ease cost-cutting

July 18, 2018 0

European controllers are insisting that the severe economic impact of Brussels legislation on air navigation service providers is crippling investment in both infrastructure and people. Europe’s transport chief Violeta Bulc in a joint statement with Karima Delli, […]

Single European Sky

NATS urges reclaiming of economic control

September 29, 2017 0

NATS is recommending that the UK Government should reclaim economic control of the air navigation service provider as a consequence of the nation’s decision to exit the European Union. Read More About Brexit The British provider points […]

News

Questions remain over Brexit planning impact

September 28, 2017 0

The lack of any certainty regarding the United Kingdom’s intentions with respect to European single aviation market and regulation is generating significant uncertainty for its Irish airspace partner which needs to set its own performance […]

Features

OPINION Hung Start

September 15, 2016 0

One of the themes within this latest issue of the magazine focuses on industry resilience in the face of change: which technologies are emerging and how best to harness them for the collective good of the global air […]

Avionics

MH370 response reveals surveillance status

April 14, 2014 0

The disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has raised questions about the way civil and military surveillance systems that exist in South East Asia can assist in search and rescue (SAR) operations, writes Ian Thompson. […]