CAAs/ANSPs


NAV Portugal appoints new chief

Jorge Manuel da Mota Ponce de Leão has been appointed president of the Board of NAV Portugal where he joins Egídia Pinto de Queiroz Martins … 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 ››

Scottish regions close in on remote ATC

Scottish regional airports are to receive around £28 million in remote air traffic management technology. State-owned Highlands and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) said it is … More ››

ANZ selects Frequentis digital tower solution

Airways New Zealand has selected Frequentis to provide a digital air traffic control tower demonstration to show how the safety and efficiency of airport operations … More ››

DSNA taps Saab, CS Group consortium

DSNA, France’s air navigation service provider, has selected the consortium of Saab & CS Group to modernise its air traffic management system in the towers … More ››

Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay & Uruguay advance in regional ANSP integration and co-operation

Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay have reaffirmed their commitment to continue working together toward higher operational safety, quality and efficiency standards in their air navigation … More ››

Aix-Geneva nexus offers dynamic x-border ops 

FABEC members DSNA and Skyguide have implemented a new interface between the control centres of Marseille and Geneva in October. Thanks to a new set … More ››

LFV, Swedavia advance remote tower services

Sweden’s LFV and airport operator Swedavia have signed an agreement to establish remote air traffic services at Kiruna, Umeå, Åre Östersund and Malmö airports.   “With … More ››

EASA publishes easy access ATM/ANS rules

Europe’s aviation safety agency EASA has now published the Easy Access Rules for Air Traffic Management/Air Navigation Services. These consolidated, up-to-date rules are displayed in an … More ››

Singapore’s CAAS awards NATS smart digital tower prototype contract to test Changi viability

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has awarded  the UK service provider NATS a contract, valued at close to $7 million, to develop a … More ››