Category Archives: CAAs/ANSPs

Airways New Zealand appoints Sumner as CEO

Airways New Zealand has appointed Graeme Sumner to the role of chief executive. Sumner, an experienced chief executive, brings 27 years’ experience from the energy, … More ››

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Panama facing airspace overhaul challenge

Panama is planning to modernise its airspace to support how its manages a forecast annual increase in international traffic of 5 per cent. Experts of the … More ››

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DFS to train controllers for UK market

Germany’s DFS is to start training tower controllers for the British market. Controllers who qualify will become the first to directly receive their licence from the … More ››

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NATS, CAAi agree international cooperation 

NATS Services Limited, the commercial business within the UK’s leading provider of air traffic control services, and CAA International (CAAi), the consultancy arm of the … More ››

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Latvia’s LGS sets new one-day traffic record

Latvijas Gaisa Satiksme (LGS) saw the first months of 2017 demonstrate positive trends in aviation with a record number of flights managed in one day. … More ››

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Social dialogue key to solving European strikes

People travelling through European airspace suffered from strike-related disruption equivalent to more than a full year since 2003, according to a new best practice report … More ››

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Irish publish national four-year state safety plan

The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) has published a State Safety Plan 2017 – 2020 which contains safety actions to address key safety risks in aviation identified … More ››

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Ireland, Iceland launch full virtual joint comms

The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) and Iceland’s ISAVIA have established the world’s first cross border virtual communications centre of its kind. The Rohde & Schwarz fully IP … More ››

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NATS makes further greenhouse gas reductions 

Improvements to the design of UK airspace helped save 55,900 tonnes of CO2 in 2016, according to a report by air traffic services provider NATS. … More ››

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Strong growth prompts NAV CANADA to make charge reductions, refund customers

NAV CANADA has unveiled a rate revision proposal that would decrease rates by an average of 3.9 per cent from existing base rates, effectively continuing … More ››

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