Aireon one step closer to 100% surveillance

Aireon has announced the successful launch and deployment of the second batch of 10 Iridium NEXT satellites, carrying its space-based automatic dependent surveillance broadcast (ADS-B) … More ››

General aviation backs Senate FAA bill

The US Senate released a draft FAA reauthorization bill the day after a controversial bill to continue FAA operations was introduced in the House of … More ››

Coflight partners forge links on FDP support  

French air navigation service provider DSNA together with Italy’s ENAV and their industrial partners Leonardo and Thales have confirmed their commitment to Coflight, the new generation flight … More ››

Airbus debuts new fixed, deployable recorders

Airbus is to implement new fixed and deployable flight recorders for Airbus’ aircraft programmes, in collaboration with L3 Technologies. The new devices will come in … More ››

NATCA union supports 21st century AIRR Act

National Air Traffic Controllers Association (NATCA) has lent its support to the latest legislative attempt to spin off the Air Traffic Organization for the Federal … More ››

FREQUENTIS wins SMATSA network project

  Frequentis has been selected by SMATSA to provide its ATM-grade IP network solution, vitalsphere, for a total of 32 locations including ATCC Belgrade, ATC … More ››

Jersey ATS wins EASA’s first ANSP certification

Jersey’s Air Traffic Services have achieved certification of its services as an air navigation service provider by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). This is a … More ››

NATS, CAAi agree international cooperation 

NATS Services Limited, the commercial business within the UK’s leading provider of air traffic control services, and CAA International (CAAi), the consultancy arm of the … More ››

Russia’s State ATM Corp teams with ENAV

Airspace design, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), and advanced ATM technology will be the focus of a new collaboration agreement between Russia’s State ATM Corporation and … More ››

Honeywell, NASA predictive boom technology to help halve supersonic flight journey times

Honeywell and NASA have completed a two-year test to determine the most effective way to show pilots flying supersonic jets where people on the ground … More ››