Monthly Archives: September 2012

FAA establishes new GA centre of excellence

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has selected a team of universities to lead a new Air Transportation Centre of Excellence (COE) for general aviation. The … More ››

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IATA sees demand slowdown continuing

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) reported global traffic results for August showing demand for air transport continuing to flatten-out, but with significant regional variations. … More ››

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NextGen threatened by drastic cuts: Huerta

Looming federal tax cuts – or sequestration – could have a potentially devastating effect on NextGen, according to the US aviation chief charged with implementing … More ››

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Military GPS expert joins Locata

US Air Force (USAF) veteran Paul Benshoof, formerly chief of strategic development at the 746th Test Squadron (746TS) at Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico, … More ››

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Aveillant deploys holographic radar solution

Aveillant will install its 3D Holographic Radar technology at Cambridge Airport before the end of the year. The site will be a permanent proving ground … More ››

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FAA cements ties with Argentina’s ANAC

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Argentina’s  Administracion Nacional de Aviacion Civil (ANAC) signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) during the opening day of the CANSO … More ››

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NAV Portugal and Brazil’s DECEA combine forces

Nav Portugal and Brazil’s air navigation service provider DECEA have agreed to exchange technical and operational information in air traffic management technologies and research and … More ››

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European 2015 cost savings achievable

The latest report from Eurocontrol’s Performance Review Unit documents significant improvements over the last four years although Europe still has a long way to go … More ››

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Moog links with ERA on surveillance

Moog and ERA have entered into a strategic marketing alliance for the ERA Multi-sensor Surveillance System (MSS) in the US and selected international territories. The … More ››

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Smooth Operator

The National Center for Atmospheric Research, a leading R&D lab sponsored by the National Science Foundation has developed a new turbulence avoidance system in Juneau, … More ››

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