Monthly Archives: November 2016

Poland urges price review on Ukraine impacts

The impact of airspace closures over Ukraine and a heavy commitment to modernise is forcing Poland’s air traffic control to seek an early revision of … More ››

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Aireon, FlightAware team with SITAONAIR to provide space-based ADS-B flight tracking

Aireon, FlightAware and SITAONAIR today announced a new partnership to provide SITAONAIR’s airline customers with Aireon’s space-based automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) data. Starting in 2018, … More ››

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Noise concerns dominate Edinburgh airspace change proposals in listening bid

Proposals to change flight paths above Edinburgh to boost operational benefits while minimising community impact have been greeted with concern by people wary of the … More ››

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UkSATSE transitions to new Lviv centre

Air traffic controllers at the Lviv regional control centre in western Ukraine last week switched over to a new automated air traffic control system called … More ››

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ANS CR sees strongest summer season yet

Airspace over the Czech Republic is proving increasingly attractive to airlines according to the latest operating results for the summer season. Between May to October, 489,206 movements were … More ››

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New round of ATM projects secure green light

A fresh series of Pilot Common Pilot (PCP) projects is to receive a €525 million boost to help modernise European airspace. The Innovation and Networks Executive … More ››

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PathFinder Progress

The Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems (cUAS) industry is gaining momentum as the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) opens up the sky to public and commercial drone … More ››

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Armenia to enter talks on EU common airspace

Armenia is planning to start negotiating with the European Union in December to join common airspace, Edward Nalbandian, Armenian foreign minister, made the comments last … More ››

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European drone UTM pegged at €200 million

Drones may account for around a fifth of future air traffic in Europe by 2050 meaning that air traffic control agencies would be responsible for … More ››

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Nokia to develop UAE drone ops system

Nokia and the United Arab Emirates General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) have entered into a strategic collaboration to develop an end-to-end UAS ecosystem that will … More ››

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