Category Archives: CAAs/ANSPs

Airways New Zealand reports strong half year

Airways New Zealand today announced its interim results for the period ending 31 December 2016, reporting a strong operational, safety and financial performance. The state … More ››

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CANSO’s Ed Sims to step down, leaving ANZ

Ed Sims will step down from his role as chair of CANSO in May 2017, following his decision to resign as CEO of Airways New … More ››

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NATCA prepared to fight for US airspace safety

US air traffic controller union NATCA has expressed its concern over the possible impact of a presidential freeze on hiring federal employees and the impact … More ››

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Finavia profitability reaches record level 

The revenues and profitability of Finavia Group reached an all-time high in 2016 with revenues growing at a fast pace (+7.9%), reaching €380.9 million (2015: €353.1 … More ››

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Ireland’s aviation chief warns on Brexit risks

Ireland’s performance could be hampered by the impact of Brexit, the decision by the United Kingdom to leave the European Union (EU). “Air connectivity between Ireland … More ››

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Trump backs air traffic control system overhaul

US president Donald Trump is reported as expressing support for changes to the government’s air traffic control system and placing a pilot at the head … More ››

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CANSO, A4E airlines sign co-operation pact

The Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO), representing Europe’s air navigation service providers (ANSP), has agreed to work with A4E to enhance the performance of … More ››

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NATS selects R&S for second voice system

The UK’s NATS has selected the R&S VCS-4G IP-based voice communications system from Rohde & Schwarz as its second voice system for its air traffic … More ››

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New think-tank targets ATM liberalisation

A group of industry players have come together to launch a debate about how the efficiency and performance of air traffic management (ATM) could be … More ››

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HK air traffic system handles record flights

Hong Kong’s Civil Aviation Department (CAD) handled a record high number of overflights during the busy Lunar New Year holidays. Flights travelling across the Hong Kong … More ››

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