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New Blood

Welcome to the millennial workforce. People born between 1977 and 1994 are now entering the air traffic management industry in vast numbers and will shape the … More ››

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Wise Counsel

How important does the Millennial Workforce rate industry mentoring is in terms of helping its members fulfil their career goals – and where might they seek … More ››

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Exceeding Expectation

London Terminal Control is progressively implementing a project that replaces paper based flight progress strips with an electronic system. This project, termed EXCDS, will provide … More ››

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Testing,Testing

NASA’s UTM programme has completed TCL 3 testing at the FAA-Designated Nevada UAS Test Site, reports the Nevada Institute for Autonomous Systems (NIAS). NIAS, which manages … More ››

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Stability Pact

Experts from six European Functional Airspace Blocks (FABs) are seeking new solutions in a bid to tackle volatility in ATM. BALTIC FAB, BLUE MED FAB, … More ››

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Going Digital

In spite of a 7.9 per cent increase in traffic, 2017 was the safest year in aviation history and during the next 15 years, we … More ››

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The Vision Thing

Two Airbus teams that have been working separately on a synthetic vision system (SVS) and a primary full-format flight display (PF3D) have come together to … More ››

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Capitol Measures

US President Trump’s next budget proposal once again features language proposing shifting the air traffic control function of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to an … More ››

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Urbi et Orbi

NASA research into how to safely integrate large drones into the US airspace will inform new work on Urban Air Mobility or UAM, reports Lillian Gipson. NASA’s … More ››

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Safety in Numbers

Drones won’t reach their potential until they can fly well out of sight, and achieving that safely is the goal of a testing corridor being … More ››

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