Monthly Archives: July 2016

Borealis to receive further European funding

The Borealis Alliance has been awarded considerable financial support to continue its work to deliver Free Route Airspace across Northern Europe by 2021. The funding … More ››

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New era for air traffic control at Prestwick

Following hundreds of hours of testing and fine tuning, a state of the art new air traffic control system has entered full operational service at … More ››

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Poland, Lithuania commit to iTEC Alliance

Air navigation service providers PANSA (Poland) and Oro Navigacija SE (Lithuania) have signed contracts with Indra for the deployment of  iTEC last-generation air traffic management … More ››

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London City Airport gets expansion go ahead

The British Government has given the go-ahead for a £344 million expansion plan for London City Airport. The announcement was made on July 27 by … More ››

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Global UTM association elects first directors

The newly founded Global UTM Association has elected its first board of directors. The board is composed of nine members: Jonathan Evans (Skyward) as president, … More ››

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Work continues to overcome St Helena airport wind shear issues

Work continues to mitigate the challenges of wind shear at St Helena’s new £280 million airport, island authorities report. In November 2011, the St Helena … More ››

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ANZ, Aviation Australia launch training centre

Airways New Zealand and Aviation Australia are to open a purpose-built air traffic control training centre for international students in Brisbane. The joint venture is … More ››

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Airbus, Dedrone join forces against illegal drones

 Airbus DS Electronics and Border Security (EBS) and US-based Dedrone are to combine their skills to develop defence systems that can reliably detect and defend against the unauthorised … More ››

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Amazon eyes UK as drone delivery testbed

US-based retail giant Amazon is to partner with the British aviation authority to trial a new delivery system that uses drones. The British Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) will allow Amazon … More ››

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Borsa Italiana welcomes ENAV To MTA

The Italian Stock Market today welcomed the Italian air navigation service provider ENAV to the Main Market (MTA). ENAV raised €759 million at the time of initial … More ››

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