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Bringing It Home

In 2013, the US aerospace industry contributed $128.74 billion in export sales to its national economy, reports Aimée Turner. In fact, the sector’s positive trade balance … More ››

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ANZ posts improved performance

Airways New Zealand has posted a solid performance in the year to June 2014, improving its results in most areas over the previous year, says … More ››

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Exelis acquires Orthogon from Barco

Exelis has completed the acquisition of Barco Orthogon (Orthogon), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Barco NV, based in Bremen, Germany. Orthogon provides applications for air traffic … More ››

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DFS, NATS in running for LGW bid

UK air traffic control NATS and its German counterpart Deutsche Flugsicherung (DFS) are battling to run air traffic services at London’s Gatwick airport. NEWS FLASH: … More ››

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NATS signs deal with European airlines

UK’s air traffic control NATS and the Association of European Airlines (AEA) have entered into a strategic partnership to drive the Single European Sky (SES) … More ››

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FABEC states define future targets

The FABEC states of Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Switzerland have now submitted their second joint FABEC Performance Plan with the European Commission. … More ››

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GroupEAD takes AIM with Airways NZ

The first aeronautical information company in the Asia Pacific region has been launched today, in a partnership between GroupEAD Europe and Airways New Zealand. The … More ››

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Gate One admits to SESAR concerns

Seven national air traffic control agencies within one of Europe’s ‘Super-FABs’ fear being left out in the cold as modernising technology starts to be rolled … More ››

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PANSA joins A6 Alliance

Poland’s air traffic control agency PANSA is to join the A6 Alliance of European air navigation service providers (ANSPs) working towards the deployment of SESAR … More ››

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MITRE-CAAS venture takes shape

The US-based Mitre Corporation and the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) have signed a seven-year contract, with an option for a further three-year extension, … More ››

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