News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
In a statement that surprised Western observers, China announced late last year that it will launch its own 35-satellite, GPS-like global navigation system
The investigation into the causes of the midair between a Gol Boeing 737 and an Embraer Legacy operated by Long Island-based ExcelAire last September 29 is
Beijing’s Capital International Airport, expanding to handle 2008 Olympics traffic, has opted not to use traditional radar monitoring of simultaneous appro
The FAA recently established the <link http://faa.gov/ats/ato/WATRS_Plus.htm _blank - "WATRS Plus Web page">WATRS Plus Web page</link> to discuss issues re
More details about Canada’s proposed ADS-B network have been disclosed.
Industry observers expect protests from Lockheed Martin and ITT claiming that Raytheon enjoys an unfair advantage in the FAA’s reported $1.5 billion nation
Eurocontrol will introduce a new process for assigning the secondary surveillance radar (SSR) codes used by ATC for radar services.
The FAA assumed that its chosen ADS-B program bidders–Lockheed Martin, ITT and Raytheon–would submit competitive offers on the expected system configuratio
A public survey by the DOT and Homeland Security drew more than 900 responses about whether Loran should be kept operational or shut down.
With input from NBAA, the FAA has taken steps it hopes will reduce air traffic congestion this winter between the Northeast and Florida.