Category Archives: Airspace

HungaroControl activates online reservations

A new online system, LARA (Local and Sub-Regional Airspace Management Support System) that supports airspace management activities has gone live at HungaroControl. The software package … More ››

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NATS London airspace change goes live

The airspace change proposal for the first phase of the London Airspace Management Programme (LAMP) has been implemented by UK air navigation service provider NATS. … More ››

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SESAR partners on Greek island PBN

Airbus, HCAA and Novair have conducted a successful flight trial on Required Navigation Performance (RNP) procedures in Corfu, Iraklion and Santorini, a key milestone in … More ››

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PASSUR launches drone integration service

PASSUR Aerospace has established an Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) – Drone Traffic Management Integration service. The service is designed to help commercial drone operators become … More ››

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UK airspace undergoes Single Sky rejig

The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has now approved a series of major airspace changes covering eastern and southern England, which will enable aircraft to … More ››

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NEFAB launches free route airspace

The North European Functional Airspace Block (NEFAB) partners are introducing major changes in airspace structure and air traffic management systems to improve flexibility and cost-efficiency … More ››

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PrecisionHawk teams on safe drone ops

PrecisionHawk, Verizon, Harris and DigitalGlobe have completed initial testing of high-performance airspace services for consumer and enterprise drones. The market leaders have integrated their technologies, … More ››

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Dangerous Skies

It shows a degree of poor sight from a civil aviation perspective, but disturbingly, the refusal on the part of Ukrainian authorities to heed concerns … More ››

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Buk surface-to-air missile caused MH17 crash


The Malaysia Airlines MH17 disaster on 17 July 2014 was caused by the detonation of a 9N314M-type warhead launched from the eastern part of Ukraine … More ››

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Regime Change

Air Traffic Management magazine quizzed David McMillan last year on the steps taken by the aviation industry to improve how it shares information so airlines … More ››

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