Category Archives: CAAs/ANSPs

COMSOFT to transform Estonian surveillance

Estonian Air Navigation Services (EANS) has chosen German expert COMSOFT to supply advanced ARTAS to modify their surveillance systems in order to sustain the safety … More ››

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FAA approves Avionica’s satLINK

The US Federal Aviation Administration has issued Avionica a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for satLINK MAX, the industry’s first Iridium based ATS SATCOM for air … More ››

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Airways supports Mongolia on ATC separation

Mongolian air traffic control separation standards will reduce from 90 to 30 kilometres in September following an Airways New Zealand review of the Mongolian Civil … More ››

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ANZ posts improved performance

Airways New Zealand has posted a solid performance in the year to June 2014, improving its results in most areas over the previous year, says … More ››

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FAA lifts Tel Aviv flight ban

The United States Federal Aviation Administration has lifted its restrictions on US airline flights into and out of Israel’s Ben Gurion Airport by cancelling a … More ››

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ICAO faces huge challenge on airspace risk role

Calls are growing for UN civil aviation agency ICAO to expand its role and issue safety advisories to give airlines more guidance on operating at … More ››


NATS, military team on Commonweath Games

NATS is working closer than ever with the military in order to deliver a safe and efficient air traffic service during the Commonwealth Games. Teams … More ››

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NASA transfers NextGen technology

NextGen software technology that will allow air traffic controllers to maximize the benefits of Performance Based Navigation (PBN) procedures on the approach to the runway … More ››

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US bans commercial flights over North Korea

The United States on Monday restricted its commercial aircraft from flying over North Korea and adjacent airspace, citing the risk of ballistic missiles launched without … More ››

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Germany’s DFS beats NATS on LGW bid

Germany’s Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS) has triumphed over its British counterpart NATS to run air traffic services at London’s Gatwick airport. The contest to provide air … More ››

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