Category Archives: CAAs/ANSPs

Airbus D&S secures Europe’s first Design Organisation Approval for civilian drones

After more than two years’ work Airbus Defence and Space has become the world’s first company to be approved by the European Aviation Safety Agency … More ››

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Harfield outlines ambitious plan for Airservices

Airservices Australia will embark on an ambitious suite of programmes alongside its OneSky Australia initiative to combine civil and military air traffic management systems. OneSky … More ››

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NZ satellite-based aircraft tracking on the way

A new satellite-supported system designed to replace radar as New Zealand’s main aircraft tracking technology is a step closer. Airways New Zealand has secured a … More ››

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Germany’s DFS wins Edinburgh ATC contract

Germany’s state-owned DFS has won the contract to become air traffic controller at Edinburgh airport from April 2018, Reuters reported on Friday. The 10-year contract … More ››

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CANSO Africa members sign safety declaration

Air navigation service providers across Africa have committed to a joint initiative to improve aviation safety across the continent. Members of CANSO – the Civil … More ››

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Ghana mulls decoupling ANS functions

Ghana’s transport ministry has begun looking at the possibility of decoupling the regulatory and air navigational service functions of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) … More ››

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Thales, BEST partner on Beijing ATM upgrade

ATC Global 2016 Thales through its BEST joint venture formed together with China’s development authorities is supporting the nation’s move to modernise its airspace and improve safety support capabilities, expand ATM capacity, and … More ››

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Record traffic in Irish airspace

Figures released by the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) indicate that 2016 is on course to be a very strong year for air traffic in Irish … More ››

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Airways NZ clears Rocket Lab for launch

Rocket Lab has passed a significant milestone in its launch preparations after agreeing with Airways New Zealand how the air navigation service provider will safely … More ››

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Saab SR-3 radar reaches acceptance at Prague

Defence and security company Saab’s new SR-3 surface movement radar system has been formally accepted by the Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic (ANS … More ››

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