CAAs/ANSPs


State ATM to improve Poland, China operations

Representatives of Russia’s State ATM Corporation have made visits to both Poland’s air navigation services provider PANSA and to the Northeast ATM Bureau of China in … More ››

Brazil to assist Argentina in PBN design

Brazil’s Departamento de Controle do Espaco Aereo (DECEA) is to support Argentina in upgrading its air navigation procedures and restructuring its neighbour’s airspace. The project … More ››

NATS debuts 3D mode, radar-based tool

A new flight tracking app by UK air traffic control company NATS promises users a new perspective on the skies above Britain, featuring real UK … More ››

Dutch safety probe urges more collaboration

An investigation by Dutch aviation safety officials found that all aviation stakeholders need to work closer together to maintain high safety levels at the international airport. … More ››

LFV works on increasing sustainable ATM

Using data from LFV, FOI (the Swedish Defence Research Agency) has been able to improve calculations of the environmental impact of aviation. At the same … More ››

UkSATSE releases ANS upgrade tender

Ukraine’s air navigation service provider UkSATSE is planning to upgrade the air navigation system with finance support from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development … More ››

Norway confirms plan for Avinor ANS separation

Avinor has confirmed that its air navigation services division will be spun off into an independent company as part of a Norwegian government initiative. In a … More ››

US lawmakers examine new technology options

US legislators are preparing to discuss new aviation and aerospace technologies, future business models as well as any potential challenges involved in  integrating new technology … More ››

Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary expand night-time free routes

BULATSA, together with the air navigation services providers of Romania and Hungary – ROMATSA and HungaroControl, will expand Free Route Airspace for flights during the … More ››

Cross-border free routes focus for Austria

Austro Control’s efforts in cross border airspace optimisation continued during 2016 with eventual free route benefits pegged at fuel savings of up to 13,000kg and CO2 emissions … More ››