Category Archives: CAAs/ANSPs

Germany’s DFS launches airspace overhaul

German air navigation service provider DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung has launched a comprehensive national modernisation programme to optimise its airspace and navigation infrastructure. The renewal programme … More ››

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Traffic, volatility levels test FABEC capacity

Unexpected high traffic growth and high traffic volatility means FABEC member air navigation service providers (ANSP) will most probably fail to reach the capacity target for … More ››

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ADS-B draft rule marks NSS milestone

A draft civil aviation rule for New Zealand proposing a mandate for Automatic Dependent Surveillance–Broadcast (ADS-B) equipage and operation for all aircraft in controlled airspace … More ››

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EANA readies for new ATC tower at Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, Argentina’s busiest airport

The new control tower at Aeroparque Jorge Newbery, Buenos Aires’ metropolitan airport, is nearing completion Argentina’s transport minister Guillermo Dietrich and the president of EANA, … More ››

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ERA completes MLAT system at Cairo

The Egyptian National Air Navigation Service Company (NANSC) has once again selected ERA multilateration systems. Currently 37 ERA Multi-Sensor Surveillance (MSS) ground-based stations and 19 pieces of SQUID vehicle … More ››

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DSNA takes X-border efficiency to the xStream

Close to 200 commercial inbound flights handled by DSNA to Paris-Orly airport have successfully tested the xStream procedure of extending the arrival management horizon up … More ››

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World first for Belgocontrol meteo service

Belgocontrol has started to send its operational meteorological data to its international partners in a new data format. The meteorological service of Belgium’s national air navigation … More ››

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Russia hosts China’s ATMB, plans co-operation

Russia’s State ATM Corporation and the Bureau of Air Traffic Management (ATMB) of the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) recently met to discuss how … More ››

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UkSATSE, HungaroControl seal support deal

Dmytro Babeichuk, director of UkSATSE and Kornél Szepessy, chief executive of HungaroControl, have signed a memorandum on bilateral co-operation in air navigation between the two … More ››

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EANA, Nav Canada sign best practice pact 

Argentina’s EANA has signed a framework agreement to exchange best practice with NAV CANADA, the Canadian civil air navigation service. The document was signed in Ottawa by … More ››

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