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​Avinor, Kongsberg strike landmark remote deal

Norway’s Avinor will launch remote tower services at up to 15 airports from one tower centre in Bodø using Kongsberg technology following a three-way contest … More ››

Airservices commissions new radars

Airservices, Australia’s air navigation services provider, has replaced radars at Tabletop near Townsville and Mt Alma near Rockhampton, to ensure the continued safe and efficient … More ››

RNAV tackles London Luton noise, emissions

London Luton Airport (LLA) has introduced Area Navigation (RNAV) technology for departing flights leaving the airport along the Match/Detling flight routes used during westerly operations; … More ››

Pacific receives ADS-C tracking boost

Australian, New  Zealand and US air traffic controllers have now been using existing Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Contract (ADS-C) technology to track aircraft across the Pacific Ocean … More ››

CAAS teams with EASA on wake turbulence

The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) have signed a Working Arrangement (WA) to conduct a study of … More ››

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OPINION: Jason Harfield

Airservices Australia’s executive general manager Jason Harfield explains why the nav services business model will be upended Are air navigation service provider (ANSP) business models … More ››

Every time you’ve seen a plane take off or land at a hub airport, you’ve seen the world growing more connected, according to a new model developed by researchers at MIT.
In The Loop

A new study has found a connection between climate and airline flight times, suggesting a feedback loop could exist between the carbon emissions of aircraft … More ››

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Career Moves

James Careless reports on US Congress action to reverse the contested US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) policy on new hires College-trained air traffic controllers and … More ››

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