Features


Growth Spurt

In this year’s annual update on the growth of the aviation industry from consultancy To70, Ruud Ummels says it is clear the aviation industry is … More ››

Off The Blocks?

Paul Ravenhill from the UK-based Think Research consultancy presents an expert synthesis of the diverse opinions expressed by the leaders of European air navigation service … More ››

Moving On?

Late last year, Air Traffic Management magazine’s industry commentator Bob Poole considered what the November 8 election results could mean for reform of US air traffic control. … More ››

New Heights

A consortium made up of researchers from the University of Malta’s Institute of Aerospace Technologies (IAT), QuAero and Malta Air Traffic Services (MATS) is currently … More ››

No Obstacle

Airports can now use satellites to identify and manage obstacles that could pose a risk to flight safety, thanks to the European Space Agency (ESA) … More ››

Six Questions

On the eve of the World ATM Congress, NATS chief executive Martin Rolfe shares his views on the big topics sure to be on the lips … More ››

By The Rules

Philip Marien, IFATCA editor of the Controller magazine, writes about the urgent need for national and international regulations for drone users. In a recent article in … More ››

Weather Eye

The forecast just got brighter for US area control centre controllers in offshore airspace who will get better weather information from areas where radar is … More ››

Future of Flight

Heading home for the holidays may fill you with joy, as well as a little dread at the thought of the complexities of air travel … More ››

Routeing For Success

The implementation of a modernised en-route air traffic control system is not a piece of cake, but when the right ingredients are brought together, the … More ››