Monthly Archives: January 2013

GE Aviation FMS for B737 MAX

GE Aviation has been awarded a contract from Boeing to provide the flight management system for the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. The system will be … More ››

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EASA updates aviation safety roadmap

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has just released an updated roadmap to tackle key aviation safety risks. Released in a document known as the … More ››

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ITT Exelis completes C4i acquisition

ITT Exelis has completed its acquisition of C4i from the Longreach Group for $16.8 million. C4i, based in Melbourne, Australia, provides advanced communications software that … More ››

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EPN delivers training to Hong Kong

Entry Point North, one of the largest air traffic services academies in Europe, was selected by PCCW-HKT in Hong Kong as ATSEP Training provider. PCCW-HKT … More ››

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As The Crow Flies

Migrating birds fly as long as it takes to get to their destination, no matter what obstacles are in their way. When that obstacle is … More ››

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European airport expert Peter Eriksen joins Metron Aviation

Peter Eriksen has joined Metron Aviation as an airport optimisation and ATM expert. Eriksen most recently led European air navigation agency Eurocontrol’s contribution to the … More ››

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ITT Exelis to help forecast space weather

ITT Exelis has received a $3.2 million follow-on contract from the United States Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) to provide upgraded satellite remote sensor systems. … More ››

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US transport chief LaHood to step down

US Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has declared that after serving for four years in President Obama’s Cabinet, he will not be staying on for the … More ››

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Helios joins Egis

Egis Avia, the French-owned aviation and navigation company has acquired UK consultancy Helios. In a joint statement the companies said: “There are many synergies between … More ››

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GCAA inks deal with Airbus ProSky

UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) and Airbus ProSky are to embark on the first phase of a major project to restructure UAE airspace. The … More ››

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