Category Archives: CAAs/ANSPs

Airservices seeks long range ATFM innovation

Airservices Australia is undertaking industry consultation on the viability of designing and installing a Long Range Air Traffic Flow Management (LR-ATFM) system for Australian airspace. … More ››

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ATC providers team on South American initiative

Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay have agreed to cooperate in integrating their air navigation systems with a view to extending the effort to all South American … More ››

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Bulgaria strikes Kosovo collaboration deal

Bulgarian air navigation service provider BULATSA has signed a Memorandum for Cooperation with its counterpart from the Republic of Kosovo, ANSA. At an official meeting … More ››

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FAA reform remains T&I committee focus

The United States’ House transportation and infrastructure committee is preparing to meet tomorrow (Wednesday, May 17) for a full committee hearing on Federal Aviation Administration … More ››

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Dubai airspace plan is imminent: DCAA

The Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) said it will publish a plan very soon on ways to reduce air traffic congestion, and is working alongside … More ››

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Russia tables Moscow airspace overhaul plan

Russia’s transport ministry has established three working groups to lead the ATC modernisation of Moscow airspace. A report presented by State ATM Corporation director general Igor … More ››

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Italy’s ENAV meeting first quarter challenges

A third payment to Aireon, developer of the world’s first global air traffic satellite surveillance system, meant an increase in first-quarter debt to nearly €126 … More ››

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Italy’s ENAV flight efficiency initiative delivers

Italy’s Free Route programme launched last December generated savings of 4 million kg of fuel and 1 million flown kilometres within just 24 days. The … More ››

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Key NextGen programmes remain fully funded

US lawmakers have passed a $1 trillion omnibus spending bill to stave off a government shutdown. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is set to receive an increase … More ››

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NATS takes major stake in remote specialist

NATS, the UK based air traffic management company, has launched a partnership with NAV CANADA with both parties taking an equal 50 per cent shareholding in the … More ››

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