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Thales demonstrates ECOsystem for LAANC 

The United States’ Federal Aviation Administration has selected a small group of companies, including Thales, to support their effort to simplify the process for small … More ››

US Data Comm transitions to single log-on

The US Data Comm programme will phase in a National Single Data Authority (NSDA) for controller pilot data link communications (CPDLC) log-ons starting on October … More ››

​NTU, Saab partner on innovative ATM tech

Nanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore) and Sweden’s Saab are to set up a joint research centre as part of a collaboration to develop research projects and … More ››

Message delivery glitch hits Iridium CPDLC

Controller Pilot Data Link Communications via the Iridium Satcom network have been suspended after US aviation authorities issued a temporary ban within the New York / Oakland / … More ››

GCAA trails huge Middle East airspace restructuring project

The General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) is planning to implement one of the largest airspace changes the Middle East has ever seen. The plan which … More ››

Park Air to provide air-to-ground voice & data capability for airline and civil aviation comms

Park Air is to provide its latest T6 radio from the Sapphire family of products for Rockwell Collins’ growing air-to-ground voice and data link network … More ››

ATCA, Raytheon launch scholarship for women

The Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) and Raytheon are launching a new scholarship programme to encourage women to pursue degrees in aviation related fields – … More ››

Frequentis remote virtual tower set to be British first of its kind

In a step to improve resilience and business continuity, Ports of Jersey has selected Frequentis to supply a virtual tower solution for contingency operations, using … More ››

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