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Industry mulls real-time distress tracking

Global aviation is looking at ways to broadcast automatic alerts once an aircraft goes off course through an escalating series of triggered alarms. Speaking at … More ››

Aireon launches emergency response tracking

Aireon, developer of the world’s first space-based ADS-B global air traffic surveillance system, is to develop a global emergency tracking solution that will be provided … More ››

Thales, NATS sign new UK contract

NATS, the UK’s main air navigation service provider, have chosen Thales to supply their new Safety Nets Server. The technology will be deployed at Swanwick and Prestwick Air … More ››

Airways, CAMIC launch training partnership

Airways New Zealand has launched its exclusive partnership with the Civil Aviation Management Institute of China (CAMIC) for the delivery of air traffic control short … More ››

Globalstar demonstrates 7,000m dual-link space-based ADS-B

Globalstar and its partner, ADS-B Technologies, have completed the latest public flight demonstration showcasing their space-based ADS-B Link Augmentation System (ALAS). This test, embarking from … More ››

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True Heading?

What will the airline industry come up with in terms of global flight tracking solutions? Is it truly committed to a huge leap in situation … More ››

Tracing The Future

Steve Winter assesses what issues UN aviation agency ICAO faces in assessing global tracking technologies following the loss of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 In response … More ››

All Change

The Asia/Pacific region and China in particular are increasingly important regions of passenger traffic markets for European airlines and airports, according to recent Eurocontrol flight … More ››

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