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Airservices makes history with Air Force Heron

Airservices Australia last week made civil aviation history when for the first time its air traffic controllers safely guided a Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) … More ››

Harris undergoes post-Exelis reshuffle

Harris is to reorganise its business to boost efficiency and exploit synergies following its recent acquisition of Exelis. “We combined Harris’ and Exelis’ top talent … More ››

Avinor implements new North Atlantic system

Norway’s Avinor has deployed a new air traffic management system to handle increasing en route traffic in the North Atlantic. Avinor has experienced a strong … More ››

EASA issues foreign airline safety ‘passports’

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has issued the first single air safety authorisations to 22 third country operators which will be valid throughout the … More ››

French air traffic control strike called off

Eurocontrol, Europe’s Network Manager is reporting that the French air traffic controller strike action between July 2-4 has been called off. SNCTA, the largest controller … 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 ››

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.
One Stop Shopping

Every time you’ve seen an aircraft take off or land at a hub airport, you’ve seen the world growing more connected, according to a new … More ››

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Too Much Information?

James Careless reports on the impact of aviation tracking sites and social media on Just Culture The Web exploded with activity when Germanwings Flight 4U … More ››

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