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A4A chief urges action on AIRR legislation

A US airline industry boss has urged legislators to take swift action on transforming the US Air Traffic Organization. Nicholas Calio, president and CEO of … More ››

HungaroControl activates online reservations

A new online system, LARA (Local and Sub-Regional Airspace Management Support System) that supports airspace management activities has gone live at HungaroControl. The software package … More ››

NATS London airspace change goes live

The airspace change proposal for the first phase of the London Airspace Management Programme (LAMP) has been implemneted by UK air navigation service provider NATS. … More ››

PolarSat win to support DRC airports

PolarSat, a privately-held Canadian company focused on the development and manufacture of satellite communications equipment, has received a contract from Navigation Aeronav. This network will … More ››

Perth flight path tweaked for noise study

Airservices will conduct a short study in Perth to compare modelled and actual aircraft noise data as part of the organisation’s ongoing efforts to explore opportunities … More ››

New ICAO CO2 standard tabled for adoption

New environmental measures have been unanimously recommended by the 170 international experts on ICAO’s Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP), paving the way for its … More ››

IATA and Harris launch SkyFusion

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) and Harris are stepping up efforts to improve air traffic management (ATM) efficiency with a new collaboration tool. IATA … More ››

SESAR delivers world first virtual centre demo

SESAR manufacturers have teamed up to show how a virtual centre concept could become a reality. The 4 February demonstration which was held at several … More ››

Raytheon to complete US STARS upgrade

Raytheon has been awarded a $135 million Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) contract modification to upgrade air traffic control systems at the final 22 airports of … More ››

easyJet taps Met Office for dedicated service

The British Met Office is to provide on-site meteorological services for UK low cost carrier easyJet as part of a new five year partnership. The … More ››