Monthly Archives: March 2017

Brazil’s DECEA, Google team on Project Loon

Brazil’s DECEA and Google have launched a new initiative to extend Project Loon operations in the Brazilian Airspace Control System (SISCEAB). A Letter of Operational … More ››

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UK language study reveals cheating, bribery

An independent report commissioned by British aviation authorities has confirmed suspicions that many non-English native speakers who need to be proficient at the language to secure … More ››

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Cryptography could protect against cyber attacks

Russian engineers have developed a cryptographic scheme for ensuring the integrity and imitation protection of air navigation infrastructure from cyber attacks. Research and development business … More ››

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China plans to launch general aviation projects

The Civil Aviation Authority China (CAAC) is preparing to rollout a two-year pilot plan project, designed to support and grow general aviation (GA) across four … More ››

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NextGen complexity flagged as safety concern

The increasing complexity of US airspace has been singled out as one of the top areas of concern for the nation’s business aviation community. The … More ››

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Growth Spurt

In this year’s annual update on the growth of the aviation industry from consultancy To70, Ruud Ummels says it is clear the aviation industry is … More ››

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Off The Blocks?

Paul Ravenhill from the UK-based Think Research consultancy presents an expert synthesis of the diverse opinions expressed by the leaders of European air navigation service … More ››

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Malaysia finds private partner for airspace plans

Boustead Heavy Industries is teaming up with Malaysia’s Technology Depository Agency (TDA) to develop a national airspace policy in addition to establishing an airspace management … More ››

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FAA predicts tenfold increase in US commercial drones by 2021

A new report from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has forecast that the use of commercial unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) or drones in the … More ››

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Brussels mulling radio navigation safety plan

Thousands of people throughout Europe are using GPS jammers that could stop tracking systems from working – including safety critical navigation systems used by modern … More ››

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