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EASA creates drone collision task force

The European Aviation Safety Agency is establishing a new task force to assess the risk of collision between drones and aircraft. The task force will: … More ››

Eurocontrol datalink bid hits dead-end

Brussels has weighed in on the contentious issue of how to proceed with getting the troubled datalink project back on track. The cornerstone enabler for … More ››

Huerta extends drone stakeholder input

FAA Administrator Michael Huerta announced the US aviation agency is establishing a broad-based advisory committee that will provide advice on key unmanned aircraft integration issues. … More ››

Harris launches Xtend drone safety system

Harris is fielding what it is calling the most comprehensive solution yet to increase the safety of drones and other unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) flying … More ››

South Korea to build eLoran system

South Korea will award a contract this month to secure technology required to build an eLoran system as an alternative to GPS, reports the Australian … More ››

New Zealand unveils Queenstown runway lights

The new runway lights in Queenstown, a key milestone in getting the New Zealand airport ready to receive after-dark flights have been unveiled. The runway, … More ››

Pace of change hampering airspace segregation

The United States’ Federal Aviation Administration insists it has no current plan to reclassify low-altitude airspace to accommodate small drones, according to AIN. Speaking during … More ››

Dubai sets out fly, no-fly zones for drones

Four drone no-fly zones and nine areas requiring registration have been established across Dubai, reports the National. The emirate’s civil aviation authority said on Monday … More ››

A-CDM fully operational at Milan Linate

Italy’s ENAV in collaboration with airport operator SEA has completed the integration of systems needed to make Milan Linate a fully operational A-CDM (Airport Collaborative … More ››

FAA plans major remote comms reduction

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposes to decommission 666 of the more than 2,100 remote communications outlets (RCOs) in the continental United States, citing … More ››