Category Archives: Airspace

NATS makes further greenhouse gas reductions 

Improvements to the design of UK airspace helped save 55,900 tonnes of CO2 in 2016, according to a report by air traffic services provider NATS. … More ››

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North European Free Route Airspace established

The north European Free Route Airspace programme NEFRA today celebrates its successful completion. The programme launched in 2013 when six north European pledged to establish seamless … More ››

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China, Hong Kong to team on Pearl River Delta

China and Hong Kong aviation authorities are too work together to improve airspace management in the Pearl River Delta. Hong Kong’s director-general of civil aviation … More ››

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Dubai airspace plan is imminent: DCAA

The Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) said it will publish a plan very soon on ways to reduce air traffic congestion, and is working alongside … More ››

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Russia tables Moscow airspace overhaul plan

Russia’s transport ministry has established three working groups to lead the ATC modernisation of Moscow airspace. A report presented by State ATM Corporation director general Igor … More ››

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NZ to host drone trials in dedicated airspace

A New Zealand tech company has been cleared by New Zealand’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to host drone trials in the country’s newest 874 sq … More ››

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Iran launches next phase of airspace overhaul

The second phase of Iran-Shahr airspace management initiative has been inaugurated with 5,200 km of new routes to be developed through employing RNAV area navigation … More ››

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EASA proposes rules for safe drone operations

Europe aviation officials have tabled proposals that will require any drone weighing more than 250g to be remotely identifiable with those over 900g to be … More ››

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FAA to hold airspace workshops in Las Vegas

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will hold three public information workshops in late April on proposed airspace improvements over the Las Vegas metropolitan area. The … More ››

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FAB CE hails cross-border Free Route study

A major study into the introduction of Free Route Airspace (FRA) throughout the FAB CE area (“Free Route Airspace – from the Black Forest to … More ››

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