Monthly Archives: April 2017

Dutch safety probe urges more collaboration

An investigation by Dutch aviation safety officials found that all aviation stakeholders need to work closer together to maintain high safety levels at the international airport. … More ››

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LFV works on increasing sustainable ATM

Using data from LFV, FOI (the Swedish Defence Research Agency) has been able to improve calculations of the environmental impact of aviation. At the same … More ››

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Bremen makes SBAS history for Germany

A passenger aircraft has landed in Germany using a new satellite-based precision approach procedure without the aid of a conventional ground-based navigation infrastructure. Bremen airport, … More ››

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Blue Med efficiency to focus on finetuning

The latest BLUE MED FAB flight efficiency plan will focus on two main areas including improving the design of both en-route and terminal areas and improving … More ››

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UkSATSE releases ANS upgrade tender

Ukraine’s air navigation service provider UkSATSE is planning to upgrade the air navigation system with finance support from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development … More ››

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Eurocontrol to head rapid reaction cyber force

Europe’s air navigation safety agency Eurocontrol is to head a centre of cyber excellence to combat the increasing number of malicious attacks on the ATM network. … More ››

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Norway confirms plan for Avinor ANS separation

Avinor has confirmed that its air navigation services division will be spun off into an independent company as part of a Norwegian government initiative. In a … More ››

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EASA welcomes new flight standards chief

Jesper Rasmussen has joined EASA as flight standards director who will head the development of regulations and standardisation of EU national authorities in the field … More ››

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ICAO summit prescribes cyber security approach

Every nation should assess the risk that cyber terrorism poses to its civil aviation industry, build its own capability to address such threats and ensure that the … More ››

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Indra to digitise LatAm surveillance systems

The Central American Corporation for Air Navigation Services (COCESNA) has awarded Indra a contract to upgrade seven air traffic surveillance radars distributed in four countries … More ››

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