Monthly Archives: April 2016

IATA questions India’s SBAS mandate

Airline industry body IATA has called into question the infrastructure provisions of India’s draft civil aviation plan. Indian aviation faces huge demands on its aviation … More ››

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Questions raised over Shuster and fate of his embattled FAA bill

Now that he’s clinched a narrow victory in his Pennsylvania primary, it’s back to business for House Transportation Chairman Bill Shuster — except nobody’s quite … More ››

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Second XMAN to optimise Munich arrivals

Extended Arrival Management services for Munich Airport today became operational at the Karlsruhe Upper Area Control Centre, marking another major step for the joint FABEC … More ››

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Nieuwsma to head Rockwell’s IMS business

Dave Nieuwsma has been appointed senior vice president of Rockwell Collin’s Information Management Services (IMS) business. He replaces Jeff Standerski who led the IMS division … More ››

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Foxx urged to block Norwegian on US routes

Some of the top lawmakers on the House Transportation Committee are pressing the Department of Transportation (DOT) to block Norwegian Air International from flying to … More ››

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Black Sea ANSPs tweak airspace for growth

Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey will today implement a significant airspace project at their respective airspace boundaries to better manage the significant increase in traffic, resulting … More ››

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Jeppesen, BridgeNet team on modelling

Jeppesen, a part of Boeing Commercial Aviation Services, has struck a deal with BridgeNet International to provide its Total Airspace and Airport Modeler (TAAM) software … More ››

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Airline industry waves red flag on Sweden’s move to impose tax to offset climate impact

International aviation industry group IATA has urged Sweden’s policy makers to back efforts by international governments and the global air transport industry to achieve carbon-neutral … More ››

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Call for AU$1bn privatisation of Airservices

Airservices Australia should be privatised by the federal government in a move that could raise $1 billion, according to a business and general aviation industry … More ››

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Swedavia, LFV mull remote services expansion

LFV and Swedavia have signed a Letter of Intent, to investigate the potential to establish remote tower services at five Swedish airports. Download your copy … More ››

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