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GPS-based Laas and Jpals landing system developments are moving ahead for civil and military operations.
On March 10 next year the FAA is expected to issue its final rule covering mandatory equipage of ADS-B avionics, and agency officials are tight lipped abou
Rockwell Collins is planning updates for its line of automatic dependent <br />surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) trans-ponders for business aircraft, the comp
Since Hank Krakowski became COO of the FAA’s Air Traffic Organization in October 2007, he has focused his attention on making the ATC system more efficient
Web applications used in supporting FAA ATC systems are not properly secured to prevent attacks or unauthorized access, warns a report from the DOT Inspect
The FAA has proposed levying a $1.3 million fine on Fort Lauderdale, Fla.-based Gulfstream International Airlines for improper scheduling of flight-crew du
Brazilian search teams this morning found aircraft debris, such as seats, floating in the Atlantic Ocean about 400 nm northeast of the Brazilian coastline
If it didn’t become immediately apparent when Boeing began alluding to time frames that implied a replacement of the 737 might not materialize until 2020,
Russia’s United Aircraft Corp.
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