Monthly Archives: November 2016

Japan prepares to upgrade Malawi ATC

The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) plans to rehabilitate the Kamuzu International Airport (KIA) in Malawi arguing that the current ATC equipment does not meet international standards. JICA … More ››

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ERA signs Mongolia’s NUBIA for surface MLAT

ERA has been awarded a contract to deliver a surface multilateration system for the New Ulaanbaatar International airport in Mongolia. ERA in consortium with ACH … More ››

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President-elect Trump nominates Chao as US transportation chief

President-elect Donald Trump has nominated Elaine Chao to serve as secretary of the United States Department of Transportation. Having served as deputy secretary at the … More ››

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Neighbour ANSPs to offer emergency cover

Air navigation services providers from France and Germany are to guarantee contingency cover for airports in Belgium. The three providers DSNA, DFS and Belgium’s Belgocontrol … More ››

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EU gives Zambia €5.6m to improve aviation

The European Union (EU) has given Zambia a €5.6 million grant to help the southern African nation of Zambia improve its aviation sector. The funds will … More ››

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Brussels mulls U-Space drone ecosystem

Brussels is eyeing a new U-Space operational paradigm where the airspace needs of drones will rank alongside those of traditional commercial aircraft and space flight, … More ››

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Routeing For Success

The implementation of a modernised en-route air traffic control system is not a piece of cake, but when the right ingredients are brought together, the … More ››

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Germany’s DFS unbundles commercial services

Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS) chief Klaus-Dieter Scheurle has told Air Traffic Management that the German air navigation service provider will target revenue growth through a new … More ››

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Quo Vadis?

Klaus-Dieter Scheurle, chief executive of DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung, mulls the direction of regulation for air traffic control in Europe Not many people believe that the … More ››

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NATS clinches BULATSA training deal

The UK’s NATS has won a prestigious contract, paving the way for Bulgarian air traffic controllers to be trained at its state-of-the-art facility near Fareham … More ››

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