Category Archives: Airspace

ICAO backs Ukraine’s rights over Black Sea

UN aviation agency ICAO is insisting that the right to provide air navigation services in international airspace over the Black Sea within Simferopol flight information … More ››

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Unmanned airport secures prime contract

West Wales Airport has secured a two year contract from the British Defence Ministry (MoD) for the continued supply of its specialised airfield services and … More ››

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Airbus ProSky to redesign Haiti airspace

Airbus ProSky signed a Memorandum of  Understanding (MoU) yesterday with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) in Abu Dhabi, to consult on the redesign of … More ››

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NATO/KFOR re-opens Kosovo upper airspace

The upper airspace over Kosovo has been re-opened for civilian traffic overflights fifteen years after the crisis in the Western Balkans. The re-opening of the … More ››

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EASA issues Crimea airspace alert

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published a Safety Information Bulletin (SIB) which addresses the potential safety risks encountered by aircraft operators which may … More ››

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AirNav Indonesia to invest $114 million

The new state-owned AirNav Indonesia plans to invest $114.4 million this year in new navigation and communication equipment to develop the country’s navigation system. AirNav … More ››

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Brazil to set up World Cup no-fly zones

Brazil is to set up no-fly zones in airspace surrounding World Cup venues hosting matches during the tournament. Authorities are reported to be planning to … More ››

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WATM: Austria pioneers 24/7 Free Route

Austria’s Austro Control has taken the next pioneering step towards full implementation of free route airspace, implementing “Free Route Airspace Wien” around the clock. Within … More ››

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China military central to airspace reform

China’s Xinhua state press agency reports that Air Force officials will retain significant oversight of low altitude airspace. On the Ministry of Defence website, Air … More ››

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Environment MEPs support airspace approach

The European Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) will cover CO2 emissions from intercontinental flights to or from EU airports for the emissions over EU and EEA … More ››

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