Monthly Archives: August 2012

ELFAA sees continued low fares industry growth

ELFAA member airlines continue to lead the way in the European aviation sector, with latest statistics showing a 5.6% increase in passenger numbers year-on-year from … More ››

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HungaroControl opens new ATC centre

HungaroControl’s new air traffic control centre, commissioned on 30 August, marks a new important milestone of ANS III, the complex development plan for the Hungarian … More ››

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SAIC announces separation plan

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) is to separate into two independent, publicly traded companies. The proposed separation is intended to take the form of a … More ››

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NATS applies NASA 3D data in safety first

Glasgow is the first airport in the country to benefit from a new world-beating safety enhancement developed by NATS, the UK provider of air traffic … More ››

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Accelerating Benefits: How are NextGen industrialists supporting the realisation of early benefits for stakeholders?

Neil Planzer, Boeing: Boeing is helping the FAA to implement early programmes and is actively supporting the FAA’s approach to establish performance metrics – these … More ››

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Growth slows again in July: IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global traffic results for July showing slower growth in both air travel and freight, but with considerable variation … More ››

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Microsemi debuts SSR RF transistor

Semiconductor business Microsemi Corporation has launched its 1011GN-700ELM, the first in a family of radio frequency (RF) transistors for high-power air traffic control (ATC), secondary … More ››

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Indra to install Azerbaijan ATM centre

Azerbaijan has selected Indra to install a new air traffic control centre in Baku, the nation’s capital. The company will equip the centre with its … More ››

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NASA launches space weather probe

NASA’s Radiation Belt Storm Probes (RBSP), the first twin-spacecraft mission designed to explore our planet’s radiation belts, launched into the predawn skies at 4:05a.m. EDT … More ››

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$17.6m grant for Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky

Work to rehabilitate a runway and taxiway at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport is due to start this week after the US Department of Transportation gave the … More ››

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