Tag Archives: Middle East

EPN delivers ATSEP training to GCAA

Entry Point North, one of the largest air traffic services academies globally, has been selected by the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) in Abu Dhabi … More ››

Leave a comment

ExecuJet gears up for Dubai runway closures

ExecuJet Middle East, part of the ExecuJet Aviation Group, will be operating the company’s line maintenance activities out of Dubai Al Maktoum International Airport during … More ››

Leave a comment

Emirates, Airways NZ to address global shortage

Airways New Zealand and Emirates Aviation College are joining forces to deliver air traffic control training in Dubai, one of the world’s largest air transport … More ››

Leave a comment

Qatar airline chief says ‘single sky’ inevitable

A single air traffic management system for the Gulf states akin to Europe’s Single European Sky will soon become inevitable to resolve airspace congestion, according … More ››

Leave a comment

NATS seeks new ‘permanent’ Middle East, Far East presence

The chief executive of NATS has outlined where the UK air traffic control business is targeting future growth prospects. In a blog posting, Richard Deakin … More ››

Leave a comment

Agency Search

The issue over establishing an effective regional body to deliver airspace optimisation is proving the greatest challenge in boosting capacity in the Middle East A … More ››

Leave a comment

Emirates orders 50 additional A380s

Dubai-based Emirates airline has placed an additional order for 50 A380 aircraft that are needed to meet the region’s higher than average traffic growth. The … More ››

Leave a comment

Bayanat deploys first ME Windtracer lidar

Bayanat Airports Engineering & Supplies in collaboration with Lockheed Martin has installed the region’s first WindTracer lidar (light detection and ranging) system at Dubai International … More ››

Leave a comment

NATS completes new Doha airport project

NATS has completed work on the Qatar Airspace Design and Implementation (QADI) project for the New Doha International Airport (NDIA) on schedule. NATS was awarded … More ››

Leave a comment

Boeing forecasts $550bn Middle East market

Boeing forecasts that airlines in the Middle East will require 2,610 new airplanes over the next 20 years, worth an estimated $550 billion. While one-third … More ››

Leave a comment