Category Archives: CAAs/ANSPs

BULATSA chief Dilov replaced by Peev: report

Bulgaria’s caretaker transport minister has replaced the chief of its air traffic control agency BULATSA late on Monday, according to Sofia news agency Novinite. Tsvetan … More ››

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Airservices debuts digital tower technology

Airservices will fit the latest Integrated Tower Automation Suite (INTAS) digital technology to existing air traffic control towers in the Gold Coast, Perth, Cairns and … More ››

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EGPWS upgrade could have saved Flight 1354

The fatal crash of a cargo flight which killed the two pilots on board could have been prevented if US carrier UPS had installed new … More ››

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Route reviewed by Airservices taskforce

A revised air route structure between Melbourne and Cairns is now in place as part of ongoing efforts by Airservices to make the safety of … More ››

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New NextGen rollout roadmap tipped for October

The US Federal Aviation Administration is preparing to publish crucial NextGen milestones and metrics by October 18, according to the agency executive charged with keeping … More ››

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Europe’s tracking technology deadline slips

Europe will align the deadline it has set its airlines to equip with  ADS-B Out aircraft tracking equipment to reflect later US timeframes. The current … More ››

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FABEC presents mixed picture on traffic growth

Significant variations in traffic growth were seen during the first half of this year within the largest European airspace region with an overall slight increase … More ››

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FAB CE and BLUE MED strike inter-FAB deal

A cooperation deal between FAB Central Europe and the BLUE MED Functional Airspace Block has been struck to better coordinate the future of European air … More ››

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DFS ready for COMSOFT SDDS-NG

Germany’s DFS, is ready to roll out COMSOFT’s state-of-the-art Surveillance Data Distribution System (SDDS-NG), at its four ATM centres across Germany, allowing for advanced exchange … More ››

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GroupEAD works on Pacific island safety

Just a stone’s throw from Vanuatu’s tiny Lonorore Airport, on Pentecost Island, an ancient ‘’land diving” tradition is attracting worldwide interest in this remote corner … More ››

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