Galileo’s failed clocks latest hurdle to overcome

Nine high precision clocks on board Europe’s Galileo satellites – vital for the necessary synchronisation of critical satellite navigation technology – have failed, according to … More ››

Belgocontrol, skyguide team on incident support

Belgocontrol and its Swiss counterpart skyguide are to enhance the support given to air traffic controllers following major incidents. Air traffic incidents can have a … More ››

Iceland’s Isavia embarks on Aireon polar quest

Icelandic air traffic control plans to conduct flight trials in polar airspace north of 70 degrees to evaluate the expected benefits of new space-based surveillance … More ››

LGS, EANS team on remote tower technology

Latvian and Estonian air navigation service providers LGS and EANS are to jointly develop a remote tower technology solution. The joint commitment was made with … More ››

Bahamas strike landmark airspace deal

The Bahamas has reached a landmark agreement with the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to regain control of its airspace. “Considerable progress is now … More ››

Airways New Zealand sees record summer

Airways New Zealand saw an 11 per cent increase in air traffic volumes from last year, 18 per cent up on two years ago. Air … More ››

Osprey tasked with Zephyr-S safety study

  Osprey CSL has secured a new contract from Airbus to provide a safe separation assessment of the Zephyr-S unmanned aircraft. Referred to as a … More ››

Europe’s ATC launches worsening weather study

Several major European air traffic control agencies are studying how best to manage the impact of an apparent worsening of continental weather systems. The six air … More ››

Seeking all European ATM champions

Are you an European ATM industry champion? If so, why not seek recognition through the prestigious Single European Sky Award? The European Commission’s Directorate-General for Mobility … More ››

FAA ill-prepared for major ATC disruption

A US transport watchdog has flagged worrying deficiencies in the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) ability to adequately handle major disruptions to the air traffic system. In … More ››