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Norway’s Avinor clinches Sandefjord contract

Norwegian air traffic control Avinor has been selected as the tower services supplier for Sandefjord airport for the next five years. “We are looking forward to … More ››

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LFV, SAAB to launch remote tower business

Saab and Sweden’s LFV are to establish a new company, Saab Digital Air Traffic Solutions. The new company will market, sell, develop and operate products … More ››

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A Remote Review

The great and good of air traffic management gathered in Madrid last month for the World ATM Congress. All anyone could talk about was remote … More ››

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Industrial Partnerships

In the SESAR CEO Survey 2016 Air Traffic Management magazine has comprehensively surveyed the senior leadership within the European industry on SESAR deployment and the … More ››

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The New European Aviation Strategy: Sound, Expect Fury

The European Aviation Package has landed, writes Andrew Charlton of Aviation Advocacy. It was rather a muted arrival, the contents already being widely known. This … More ››

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New Dawn?

The Helios 2015 ATM industry survey which was conducted in association with Air Traffic Management magazine indicates just how much – and sometimes just how … More ››

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2015: A Year of Reckoning for the Single Sky

2015 promises to be a year of reckoning for the Single European Sky as some of the world’s most advanced technologies are readied to be … More ››

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Worlds Apart?

As Europe negotiates the latest crossroads en route to ATM modernisation, Aviation Advocacy’s Andrew Charlton mulls whether NextGen is from Mars, SESAR is from Venus? … More ››

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Competition: The concept of separating support from core services is gaining traction. Do you believe that the attitude of European air navigation service providers (ANSP) is changing in terms of being open to different business models?

The concept of separating support from core services is gaining traction. Do you believe that the attitude of European air navigation service providers (ANSP) is … More ››

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Brussels forced to broaden competitive scope

Brussels has backtracked on limiting the ability of European air traffic control agencies to band together in significant numbers in order to provide cross-border services. … More ››

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