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IATA questions India’s SBAS mandate

Airline industry body IATA has called into question the infrastructure provisions of India’s draft civil aviation plan. Indian aviation faces huge demands on its aviation … More ››

Questions raised over Shuster and fate of his embattled FAA bill

Now that he’s clinched a narrow victory in his Pennsylvania primary, it’s back to business for House Transportation Chairman Bill Shuster — except nobody’s quite … More ››

Second XMAN to optimise Munich arrivals

Extended Arrival Management services for Munich Airport today became operational at the Karlsruhe Upper Area Control Centre, marking another major step for the joint FABEC … More ››

Nieuwsma to head Rockwell’s IMS business

Dave Nieuwsma has been appointed senior vice president of Rockwell Collin’s Information Management Services (IMS) business. He replaces Jeff Standerski who led the IMS division … More ››

Foxx urged to block Norwegian on US routes

Some of the top lawmakers on the House Transportation Committee are pressing the Department of Transportation (DOT) to block Norwegian Air International from flying to … More ››

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Open Season?

As the aviation industry gets ‘smarter,’ cybersecurity vulnerabilities threaten the nation’s airspace, according to several expert alumni from US Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. On April 15, 2015, self-proclaimed … More ››

A Remote Review

The great and good of air traffic management gathered in Madrid last month for the World ATM Congress. All anyone could talk about was remote … More ››

One Vision

Steve Creedy meets Airservices Australia’s new chief executive Jason Harfield, a man who came up through the ranks and is now leading a significant transformation … More ››

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