Space Bound

A team of European mission control experts will be watching closely next week when two Galileo satellites are boosted into space, ready to shepherd the … More ››

In Our View: SNCTA

In response to a recent Air Traffic Management article on the move by European low cost carrier Ryanair to force Brussels to allow other European … More ››

This Just In

If you’re craving the latest information on NextGen, look no further. The FAA’s NextGen Update: 2016 is now available online, with all new information on … More ››

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 ››

All Together Now

Air Traffic Management interviews Massimo Garbini, the industry chief charged with deploying the technology framework underpinning the Single Sky, Europe’s ambitious bid to overhaul the … More ››

At The Crossroads

Is the Network Manager the problem; or is it the solution, asks Aimée Turner? Europe’s Network Manager chief Joe Sultana insists that the Brussels-based organisation … More ››

AIRR Apparent

After telegraphing their intent to do so for the past half year, the United States’s House transportation committee chair Bill Shuster and aviation subcommittee chair … More ››

Glitch In Time

Last week, a software glitch caused the GPS system to broadcast incorrect time signals. This post looks at the impact, and how organisations that depend … More ››