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ICAO recognises IFAIMA excellence

UN aviation agency ICAO has added IFAIMA to the list of organisations that are invited its meetings. Experts in aeronautical information management and aeronautical communications … More ››

Amazon secures FAA experimental green light

The United States Federal Aviation Administration has issued an experimental airworthiness certificate to an Amazon Logistics unmanned aircraft (UAS) design that the company will use … More ››

US ADS-B-ready fleet marks NextGen milestone

Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) equipment is now on board 10,000 aircraft flying in the United States. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) made the announcement at … More ››

Superbrain to offer big data capacity boost

A £2.8 million project is to find ways to address the UK’s airport congestion without relying solely on new airport building and expansion. The OR-MASTER … More ››

InFlight Labs field tamper-proof solution

InFlight Labs is developing a series of tamper-proof smart avionics that will police key avionics during all phases of flight, providing a real-time air-to-ground avionics … More ››

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Common Cause

The recent Riga declaration injected momentum for regulating and integrating Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS). Dirk Polloczek, president of the European pilots organisation ECA offers … More ››

Gaining Ground

Justin Oakes from the 66th Air Base reports on how the D-RAPCON air traffic control radar system is gaining ground with developmental testing in sight. … More ››

Scoping Study

EASA has embarked on a comprehensive listening exercise to explore extending its remit to allow for a more comprehensive and uniform approach to safety regulation … More ››

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