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CDG readies for new RECAT standards

A new European specification relating to wake turbulence categorisation and separation minima, called RECAT-EU, is now ready for deployment and will launch at Paris Charles … More ››

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Germany’s DLR, Japan’s ENRI to join forces

The German Aerospace Center (DLR) has signed an agreement with Japan’s ENRI research institute to jointly conduct ATM R&D. The collaborations will focus on more … More ››

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Enhanced TBS scheduled for arrival early 2018

Time based separation (TBS), where landing aircraft are separated by time rather than distance over the ground, is proven to safely deliver significant resilience at … More ››

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Marking Progress

Edward Bolton, assistant administrator for NextGen, explains how the Federal Aviation Administration is moving from planning to implementation In the past year, we have made … More ››

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DANS strikes GCC pact with Eurocontrol

Dubai air traffic control and European air navigation safety agency Eurocontrol are linking up to advance research into wake vortex which rules how many aircraft … More ››

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Achievement: What do you think are the top three achievements of the Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) programme to date?

Chris Benich, Honeywell First and foremost, the SESAR programme has provided a business case for ATM change in Europe and brought attention to the challenge. … More ››

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Wake re-categorization begins at Louisville

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has expanded wake re-categorisation (RECAT) standards to Louisville International Airport-Standiford Field, writes Focus FAA. Read More On RECAT That … More ››

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FAA makes progress on wake turbulence

The US Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) efforts to boost runway throughput continue apace, according to Bob Poole of the Reason Foundation. Read More: Fall In … More ››

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Big Picture

With the moving parts of NextGen development scattered throughout the Federal Aviation Administration and across the United States, it can be challenging to make sure … More ››

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Exit Strategy

Peter Eriksen examines how new technology can be used to increase runway capacity in situations where new infrastructure is difficult to build Many airports are … More ››

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