Category Archives: Airlines

Unmanned flying is the future: Europe’s pilots

Drone, airline and helicopter pilots have much more in common than just the same airspace, according to the conclusions generated by the first workshop for manned and unmanned aviation pilots, … More ››

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2036 to see passengers doubling to 7.8bn

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects 7.8 billion passengers to travel in 2036, a near doubling of the 4 billion air travelers expected to … More ››

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US Data Comm transitions to single log-on

The US Data Comm programme will phase in a National Single Data Authority (NSDA) for controller pilot data link communications (CPDLC) log-ons starting on October … More ››

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Park Air to provide air-to-ground voice & data capability for airline and civil aviation comms

Park Air is to provide its latest T6 radio from the Sapphire family of products for Rockwell Collins’ growing air-to-ground voice and data link network … More ››

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DSNA, IATA team on French ATM strategy

DSNA, the French air navigation service provider, and IATA, the International Air Transport Association, have agreed to cooperate on the development of a French Air … More ››

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Brexit ‘no deal’ would spell disaster: BALPA

The suggestion by the British premier that a Brexit ‘no deal’ was now an option has been met with alarm from the British pilot community. … More ››

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PANSA, IATA to develop national airspace plan

PANSA, Poland’s air navigation service provider, and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) have agreed to work together with other aviation stakeholders to develop a National … More ››

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Air France taps PASSUR for traffic management

PASSUR and Air France have formalised a partnership to develop in Europe several core modules of PASSUR Integrated Traffic Management (PITM), designed to increase flight predictability … More ››

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ATC strikes, bad weather exacerbated Irish carrier Ryanair’s rostering woes

Irish low cost carrier Ryanair’s pilot rostering system looks largely to blame for its decision to cancel a huge number of its scheduled services although the … More ››

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NATS operations resilience must improve: CAA

The British aviation authority has told NATS that it must do better in some areas following allegations that it breached its air traffic services licence and transport … More ››

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