Category Archives: CAAs/ANSPs

Irish welcome US move to approve NAI

The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) has welcomed the move by US transport chiefs to give Norwegian Air International’s (NAI) the green light to operate on transatlantic … More ››

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India’s AAI looking to fill nearly 2,100 posts

Airports Authority of India (AAI) plans to fill nearly 2,100 posts by 2018 as it looks to increase manpower for various projects, according to the … More ››

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EASA blocked from tapping en route charges

European transport ministers have conceded that en route charges should not fund the future activities of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) after concerns were … More ››

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NATS clinches BULATSA training deal

The UK’s NATS has won a prestigious contract, paving the way for Bulgarian air traffic controllers to be trained at its state-of-the-art facility near Fareham … More ››

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Poland urges price review on Ukraine impacts

The impact of airspace closures over Ukraine and a heavy commitment to modernise is forcing Poland’s air traffic control to seek an early revision of … More ››

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UkSATSE transitions to new Lviv centre

Air traffic controllers at the Lviv regional control centre in western Ukraine last week switched over to a new automated air traffic control system called … More ››

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ANS CR sees strongest summer season yet

Airspace over the Czech Republic is proving increasingly attractive to airlines according to the latest operating results for the summer season. Between May to October, 489,206 movements were … More ››

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New tech solving LHR holding problem

Efforts to reduce the time aircraft spend in holding stacks before landing at London Heathrow Airport are paying off, according to new statistics from air … More ››

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RLatSM connection issues delay NAT rollout

Connectivity issues are thwarting the next phase of the innovative RLatSM trials conducted by the UK’s NATS and Nav Canada. Most aircraft transiting the North … More ››

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PANSA to support border BVLOS drones

Poland’s air navigation services provider PANSA has signed an agreement with its national Border Force to improve how drone operations can help secure the country’s eastern … More ››

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