Category Archives: CAAs/ANSPs

New Zealand to train Vietnamese controllers

Vietnam’s air traffic controllers will be selected and trained by the internationally established training arm of Airways New Zealand. Graduates of the six-month programme will … More ››

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ESSP signs up to work with Belgocontrol

EGNOS service provider ESSP and the Belgium’s Belgocontrol are to work together to implement EGNOS-based approach procedures (LPV procedures) at various Belgium airports. The agreement … More ››

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Airservices OneSKY software contracts signed

Airservices Australia has entered the next stage of delivering Australia’s future civil-military air traffic control system, signing the initial contracts for the design and build … More ››

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OPINION: Jason Harfield

Airservices Australia’s executive general manager Jason Harfield explains why the nav services business model will be upended Are air navigation service provider (ANSP) business models … More ››

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DSNA bridging the flow, capacity gap for ATC

France’s air navigation service provider DSNA is bridging the gap between Air Traffic Flow and Capacity Management (ATFCM) and Air Traffic Control (ATC) with a … More ››

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Harris wins Colombian ATC comms upgrade

Harris has been awarded a contract to supply critical air traffic control (ATC) communications to 22 airports in Colombia. Harris will supply its Liberty-STAR Voice … More ››

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Avinor implements new North Atlantic system

Norway’s Avinor has deployed a new air traffic management system to handle increasing en route traffic in the North Atlantic. Avinor has experienced a strong … More ››

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EASA issues foreign airline safety ‘passports’

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has issued the first single air safety authorisations to 22 third country operators which will be valid throughout the … More ››

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NATS faces profit drop from industry challenges

UK air traffic control business NATS will need to achieve a 21 per cent reduction in charges by 2019 under new price-cutting targets set by … More ››

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New controller hire system under scrutiny

A United States transport watchdog has begun auditing the Federal Aviation Administration’s air traffic controller hiring processes in light of last year’s controversial changes to … More ››

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