SESAR sets out drone integration roadmap

Drones must respect today’s operational procedures for manned aircraft and not become a danger or burden to people, property or other aircraft, according to a new … More ››

FAA outlines impact of new airspace entrants

Small hobby drones will more than double from the current level of 1.1 million units to 2.4 million by 2022 while the commercial drone fleet … More ››

DFS deploys first step of Free Route Airspace

DFS completed the first implementation step of free route airspace on March 1 covering much of Germany’s upper airspace. Free route airspace is a paradigm … More ››

UkSATSE, FAA mull return of US airlines

Ukraine’s UkSATSE and the United States’ Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) have started talks designed to allow US registered aircraft to resume operations in its airspace. … More ››

BULATSA and IATA to develop airspace strategy

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and BULATSA, the Bulgarian air navigation service provider, have agreed to develop and implement a Bulgarian National Airspace Strategy. … More ››

Airways New Zealand hails ground breaking UTM trial over the skies of residential zone

The Residential Red Zone in Christchurch has turned out to be an ideal venue for a ground-breaking trial to test innovative new software that provides … More ››

SECSI Free Route Airspace goes into operation

In just less than a year after signing the memorandum of cooperation aimed towards merging the two Free Route Airspace areas of SAXFRA (Slovenian Austrian … More ››

Shetland radar to boost UK airspace defence

A new RAF radar facility reinforcing the UK’s ability to track unidentified military or civilian aircraft will be powered up ready to operate soon. Air … More ››

ENAV, IATA to develop airspace strategy for Italy

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Italy’s air navigation service provider ENAV have agreed to develop and implement an Italian National Airspace Strategy. ENAV and … More ››

Dutch hail debut of civil/military joint ATC ops

Dutch civil and military air traffic controllers are now working shoulder to shoulder from Schiphol-Oost, laying the foundation for a more efficient use of Dutch airspace. … More ››