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Altitude Angel & iOCO Form Strategic Alliance
Altitude Angel and iOCO will form an alliance to develop the building blocks on which South Africa’s urban air mobility (UAM) infrastructure can be built and supported.
Passenger enthusiasm for flying dampened by quarantine rules
New research release from NATS has revealed the extent to which the UK public is keen to return to international travel
ANSL brings remote tower control to the Royal Navy
Digital Remote Tower from ANSL will be the first of its kind to be used by the UK Armed Forces.
Aviation trends to watch for post Covid-19 takeoff
As more aircraft return to the skies, a new report from aviation insurer Allianz Global Corporate & Specialty (AGCS) highlights some of the unique challenges airlines and airports face as they restart operations.
Drone Industry Association Switzerland report on Swiss Drones
The Swiss drone industry ranks globally number one in market size per capita.
South Sudan CAA launches integrated airspace system
Newly established lower airspace will see the South Sudan Civil Aviation Authority (SSCAA) collect millions of dollars in revenues yearly through overflight fees to be reinvested in the economy
Raytheon Intelligence & Space support FAA’s Standard Terminal Automation System
Raytheon Intelligence & Space was awarded $223 million to continue systems integration, sustainment and enhancement efforts for the FAA’s STARS program.
Seychelles CAA Awards Adacel ATM System Modernisation Contract
Adacel Technologies Limited has announced an award by the Seychelles CAA (SCAA) valued at over USD$3.6 million to modernise its air traffic management system.
LVNL Trials GoDrone app for ATC instructions to Drone Pilots
ATC The Netherlands (LVNL), in cooperation with Dutch Drone Delta, has conducted a successful trial for ATC instructions to be issued to a drone pilot via the Altitude Angel GoDrone app.
Skyward and the FAA test Cellular-Connected Drones
Skyward, A Verizon company, and the FAA have signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to test cellular-connected drones.