News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
Air navigation service provider Avinor has plans for remote control of up to 15 or more airports from one location.
Inefficient tower operations cost the government $853 million over five years, according to the Department of Transportation inspector general.
Aviation authorities will study whether landing separation standards can be tightened.
The new certification processs covers all controllers regardless of their assignment.
The number of aviation incidents reported does not suggest local airspace is unsafe, says Australia's air navigation service provider.
MITRE opens first facility outside the U.S. as Singapore strives to become an air traffic management center of excellence.
Prime contractor Lockheed Martin is investigating why the problem was not identified during testing of the system, according to the FAA.
Latest ABAG Yearbook reveals an overall slow-down in Brazil’s general aviation activity, but increases in private aviation and training.
The defense contractor plans to sell or spin-off its government IT and technical services businesses, including air traffic management.
The 'Iris Precursor' program aims to support initial 4D flight-path control by satellite by 2018.