Monthly Archives: December 2016

Reims ACC debuts new CWP services

DSNA, the French air navigation service provider, is deploying a permanent technical architecture supported by operational networks and a Control Working Position (CWP) dedicated HMI … More ››

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COMSOFT Solutions completes Gdańsk WAM 

Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PANSA) has completed the installation of Comsoft Solutions WAM network, enabling high accuracy multilateration coverage for an extended region around … More ››

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PANSA given green light for 30% price hike

The navigation unit rate charge for flying over Polish will increase by almost 30 per cent after  the change was approved on December 2 by … More ››

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Hungary sets aside $4.6m for Debrecen

Hungary’s government is allocating HUF1.37 billion to Hungarian air traffic controller HungaroControl to set up an air traffic control service at Debrecen airport, according to the … More ››

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US to smooth global adoption of four-dimensional trajectory flight

Aviation authorities in the United States are to conduct their own series of four-dimensional trajectory demonstration flights building on the work of their European counterparts. Four-dimensional … More ››

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Ireland to handle 1.1m flights in 2016

With just two weeks left in the year, the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) confirmed today that 2016 will be a record year for Irish aviation … More ››

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Ryanair closing in on Norwegian deal

Irish low cost carrier Ryanair could start filtering its passengers onto Norwegian’s growing network of low-cost, long-haul routes as early as spring 2017, according to … More ››

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SEAFRA free route airspace goes 24/7

SMATSA, Croatia Control and BHANSA – responsible for managing the airspace of four states – Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina – are now offering … More ››

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Perfect arrivals generate hefty fuel savings

A consortium of European air navigation service providers (ANSPs) and airlines has optimised arrival flows to nine airports in Europe. A total of 11,467 demonstration … More ››

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FABEC and Baltic FAB intensify cooperation

Poland’s PANSA and its German partner DFS have implemented a new direct routing structure to improve access to Berlin airports which will help support the development of … More ››

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