News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
A proposed fundamental change of the U.S. ATC organizational structure could come this fall in FAA reauthorization legislation.
The U.S. is responsible for ATC services over the domestic U.S. and certain areas beyond.
The deployment program charts the transition from research and development to implementation of the Single European Sky effort.
Voluntary 18-month pilot program allows FAA employees to identify safety concerns without fear of retaliation.
Tower was quickly evacuated and will remain shut pending the results of air sampling tests.
Recommends that volcanic ash forecasts should be presented in the form of a zoning system that depicts areas of low, medium and high concentrations
Controllers can now track aircraft in oceanic airspace east and west of Australia using automatic dependent surveillance-contract.
The audit is intended to address concerns about the effectiveness of a new hiring process implemented last year.
A single African sky approach is key to improvements.
The two are studying the possibility of deploying ADS-B for New Zealand and Auckland FIRs.