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Germany’s DLR, Japan’s ENRI to join forces

The German Aerospace Center (DLR) has signed an agreement with Japan’s ENRI research institute to jointly conduct ATM R&D. The collaborations will focus on more … More ››

Traditional airlines losing more ground to LCCs

Europe’s traditional scheduled airline segment is still dominant in terms of total number of movements, but it continues to lose traffic to low cost carriers … More ››

SB-Safety enters United service evaluation

Global mobile satellite communications business Inmarsat and Cobham SATCOM have confirmed that SB-Safety (SB-S) has entered service evaluation on the first United Airlines Boeing B767 … More ››

ERA secures fifth Chinese project at Daxing

ERA has secured the international tender to supply and install its surveillance system at what is to be the largest airport in the world with six runways and … More ››

ICAO Council endorses global security plan 

The ICAO Council has taken an historic step in endorsing the very first Global Aviation Security Plan to improve international coordination, response, and planning to … 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 ››

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 ››

Loud & Clear?

In January 1990, Avianca Flight 52 from Bogota, Colombia, to New York City, ran out of fuel on approach to John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK), causing … More ››

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