Category Archives: Airlines

Irish welcome US move to approve NAI

The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) has welcomed the move by US transport chiefs to give Norwegian Air International’s (NAI) the green light to operate on transatlantic … More ››

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EASA blocked from tapping en route charges

European transport ministers have conceded that en route charges should not fund the future activities of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) after concerns were … More ››

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Aireon, FlightAware team with SITAONAIR to provide space-based ADS-B flight tracking

Aireon, FlightAware and SITAONAIR today announced a new partnership to provide SITAONAIR’s airline customers with Aireon’s space-based automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) data. Starting in 2018, … More ››

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RLatSM connection issues delay NAT rollout

Connectivity issues are thwarting the next phase of the innovative RLatSM trials conducted by the UK’s NATS and Nav Canada. Most aircraft transiting the North … More ››

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easyJet close to finalising new EU AOC

Rumours that low cost carrier easyjet – among other UK airlines – is considering applying for an Irish airline licence to ensure full access to … More ››

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Trump victory revives bid to spin off US ATC

No sooner than the US presidential election result was clear than the nation’s airline industry chiefs leapt in to promote the case for the corporatisation of … More ››

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ATO spin-off back on the agenda as US airlines stake claim on Trump’s infrastructure pledge

US airline industry group Airlines for America (A4A), said today it was looking forward to collaborating with president-elect Trump’s transition team on modernising air traffic infrastructure to … More ››

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European ATM workers defend right to strike

European air traffic controllers have hit back again at the attacks of airline industry group Airlines for Europe (A4E) on the rights of ATM workers. … More ››

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Airborne Wireless Network seeks FAA certification for Infinitus digital broadband

Airborne Wireless Network is applying to the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for initial certification of a civilian air-to-air communication system, a first of its … More ››

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Following On

Commercial airline pilots who as children played Follow the Leader will have no problem with a new air traffic control innovation NASA and its partners … More ››

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