Monthly Archives: January 2017

DFS division to bundle commercial activities 

German air navigation service provider Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS) has bundled its third-party business into a new subsidiary DFS Aviation Services. A wholly-owned subsidiary, DFS Aviation Services will market … More ››

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UK transport chief pledges action on airspace

British transport secretary Chris Grayling has acknowledged the airline industry’s “frustration” with delays in UK airspace modernisation, pledging to launch a consultation on measures to … More ››

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European fares €2.1bn higher than costs

A new study has found that consumers in Europe are currently paying €2.1 billion each year in additional air fares due to capacity constraints at airports. … More ››

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SES Awards. Only one more week to go….!

Are you an European ATM industry champion? If so, why not seek recognition through the prestigious Single European Sky Award? The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Mobility … More ››

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Air Transat to test fuel-saving taxiing system

Canadian holiday airline Air Transat has agreed to offer Gibraltar-based WheelTug access to one of its Boeing 737 aircraft for development and testing purposes. The … More ››

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Korea to outline Vision 2025 growth plans

Korea Airports Corporation is to outline later this year its Vision 2025 investment plan worth US$856 million. KAC chief executive Sung Ilhwan was reported on … More ››

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Thailand to invest on predicted traffic growth

Thailand is to start installing an upgraded aviation system by early 2018 to better manage growing air traffic levels, according to the Bangkok Post. The system … More ››

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UkSATSE traffic drops 8%, sees domestic boost

Ukraine air traffic control provided services for more than 214,000 flights in 2016, eight per cent fewer than in 2015. The Ukrainian State Air Traffic Services Enterprise … More ››

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Indra to continue pioneering 4D trajectory

Indra is playing a prominent role in the second phase of the programme to create the Single European Sky with a stake in 25 of … More ››

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NLR reports excellent Iris polar coverage

Dutch aerospace researchers at NLR have completed the first flight trials using Inmarsat satellites to test seamless air-ground communications which will allow controllers to monitor … More ››

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