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MH370 search subject to imminent review

The way in which the Australian-led search for the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 could be subject to imminent review if no fresh leads are … More ››

Ukraine renews Black Sea state partnerships

Ukraine and its neighbouring Black Sea states have inked new co-ordination agreeements between area control centres. According to the Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago … More ››

ICAO backs Ukraine’s rights over Black Sea

UN aviation agency ICAO is insisting that the right to provide air navigation services in international airspace over the Black Sea within Simferopol flight information … More ››

Lithium metal cargo faces 2015 ban

Dangerous goods experts from across the international aviation community are directing UN agency ICAO to ban the carriage of lithium metal batteries as cargo on … More ››

GLONASS satellite system suffers fresh glitch

Russia’s federal space agency Roscosmos has confirmed that nine of its 23 navigation satellites failed for the second time this month, according to China’s state … More ››

Bluefin-21 at operational limits, underlining MH370 challenges

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The unmanned submarine deployed from the Australian Navy Ship Ocean Shield had to return to the surface yesterday due to the huge pressure at which … More ››

FAA completes nationwide ADS-B rollout

The US Federal Aviation Administration has completed a nationwide infrastructure upgrade that will enable air traffic controllers to track aircraft with greater accuracy and reliability, … More ››

Mexican airline signs up for electric taxiing

Mexican airline Interjet is to help advance an electric taxiing system developed by Honeywell and Safran for use on the taxiway and runway, to cut … More ››

Aveillant secures £6m for deployment

Aveillant, the UK specialists in 3D surveillance radar, has secured up to £6 million of funding to continue growing its customer support infrastructure and supply … More ››

Unmanned airport secures prime contract

West Wales Airport has secured a two year contract from the British Defence Ministry (MoD) for the continued supply of its specialised airfield services and … More ››