Monthly Archives: April 2017

EASA consults on new airport specification

European aviation safety officials are proposing new certification specifications for aerodrome design in to support modern large aircraft at existing aerodromes. “Modern aircraft have very … More ››

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ANS CR sees record revenue in 2016

Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic saw its gross profit rise by more than CZK 70 million (€2.6 million) year-on-year to CZK 479.6m on … More ››

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FAA to hold airspace workshops in Las Vegas

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will hold three public information workshops in late April on proposed airspace improvements over the Las Vegas metropolitan area. The … More ››

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IAA’s 2016 performance ‘strong and consistent’

The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) has reported a 18.3 per cent rise in operating profits to €39.5 million on a turnover of €191.9 million in … More ››

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ESA urges action on space flight sustainability

With more than 750 000 pieces of dangerous debris now orbiting Earth, the urgent need for coordinated international action to ensure the long-term sustainability of … More ››

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Hanover receives FAA drone use approval

The US town of Hanover has received approval from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for its drone programme, the first municipality in the Commonwealth of … More ››

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Adacel clinches Mozambique training contract

ATC training systems business Adacel has won a contract to supply an air traffic control tower simulator system to Trionica Mocambique in Maputo. The Adacel … More ››

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FAB CE hails cross-border Free Route study

A major study into the introduction of Free Route Airspace (FRA) throughout the FAB CE area (“Free Route Airspace – from the Black Forest to … More ››

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Eastern Europe continues on free route mission

HungaroControl and ROMATSA, the Romanian air navigation service provider, have teamed up to establish the free route concept in Bulgarian airspace. Free route airspace allows … More ››

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Croatia Control to host ICAEA summit

The thirtieth ICAEA conference takes place in Dubrovnik 24 – 25 April, jointly organised by ICAEA (International Civil Aviation English Association) and Croatia Control. ICAEA was … More ››

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