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A4A chief urges action on AIRR legislation

A US airline industry boss has urged legislators to take swift action on transforming the US Air Traffic Organization. Nicholas Calio, president and CEO of … More ››

HungaroControl activates online reservations

A new online system, LARA (Local and Sub-Regional Airspace Management Support System) that supports airspace management activities has gone live at HungaroControl. The software package … More ››

NATS London airspace change goes live

The airspace change proposal for the first phase of the London Airspace Management Programme (LAMP) has been implemneted by UK air navigation service provider NATS. … More ››

PolarSat win to support DRC airports

PolarSat, a privately-held Canadian company focused on the development and manufacture of satellite communications equipment, has received a contract from Navigation Aeronav. This network will … More ››

Perth flight path tweaked for noise study

Airservices will conduct a short study in Perth to compare modelled and actual aircraft noise data as part of the organisation’s ongoing efforts to explore opportunities … More ››

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AIRR Apparent

After telegraphing their intent to do so for the past half year, the United States’s House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee Chair Bill Shuster (R, PA) … More ››

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Glitch In Time

Last week, a software glitch caused the GPS system to broadcast incorrect time signals. This post looks at the impact, and how organisations that depend … More ››

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Eyes On The Prize

With 700,000 small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) or “drones”, purchased in 2015 alone, you’re sure to see one in your area soon, writes Twig Mowatt. … More ››

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