Category Archives: Airspace

Seamless routes over northern Europe launch

Airspace users can from today enjoy seamless Free Route Airspace across NEFAB East (Estonia, Finland, and Latvia) and DK/SE FAB (Denmark and Sweden), enabling them … More ››

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Aireon to advance Russian space-based ADS-B

Aireon has signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with two leading Russian organisations, JSC AZIMUT and JSC INFOCOM-Avia, to evaluate the benefits of deploying space-based … More ››

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Datalink through all French upper airspace

Controllers from the five French area control centres can provide ATC instruction of frequency transfer via datalink to all equipped aircraft above FL 195 (6,000 … More ››

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China signals great leap forward for GA potential

China is to finalise details on the use of its lower altitude airspace by civilian air traffic, potentially heralding significant growth for the general aviation … More ››

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Harris launches Xtend drone safety system

Harris is fielding what it is calling the most comprehensive solution yet to increase the safety of drones and other unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) flying … More ››

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Pace of change hampering airspace segregation

The United States’ Federal Aviation Administration insists it has no current plan to reclassify low-altitude airspace to accommodate small drones, according to AIN. Speaking during … More ››

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Black Sea ANSPs tweak airspace for growth

Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey will today implement a significant airspace project at their respective airspace boundaries to better manage the significant increase in traffic, resulting … More ››

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Jeppesen, BridgeNet team on modelling

Jeppesen, a part of Boeing Commercial Aviation Services, has struck a deal with BridgeNet International to provide its Total Airspace and Airport Modeler (TAAM) software … More ››

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Airlines step up calls for airspace handover to solve gridlock at times of controller strike action

An airline industry chief is insisting that it is time to find a way to mitigate the devastating effects of strikes by European air traffic … More ››

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Aveillant awarded Monaco drone system

Cambridge, UK-based radar technology company Aveillant will be providing its Gamekeeper drone detection radar to ensure security and privacy over Monaco. As part of a … More ››

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