News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
Thales is working to boost air traffic management efficiency with new digital technology.
As the air traffic management industry moves towards primary en route surveillance, Thales displays its latest primary ATC radar
Based on its analysis, Duncan Aviation estimates nearly three-quarters of the U.S. fleet has yet to undergo the installation.
This week’s visits “could be the last general aviation group to speak with” lawmakers before they see a draft of a new FAA bill.
ICAO adoption of the new phraseology signaled international acceptance of “climb/descend via” clearances that the FAA implemented in 2014.
The latest delay enables the FAA to integrates enhancements to the format while avoiding disruptions during the busy summer flying season.
The DOD position was shared during a hearing on the the need to reform the nation's air traffic control system.
FAA will return to the use of a mobile air traffic control tower at JYO as it continues to demonstrate the remote tower concept.
New regulations that will facilitate the transfer of airspace from military to civilian control are anticipated by year-end.
Overall European air traffic is expected to increase by 14 percent between 2016 and 2023, according to Eurocontrol.