News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
The Asia Pacific region is progressing toward a cooperative air traffic management environment
Australian air navigation service provider Airservices inked a deal with Saab Sensis to install that company’s Integrated Tower Automation Suite.
Airservices Australia awarded Saab a contract for the second phase of its national tower technology improvement program.
ADS-B ATC surveillance will begin after the launch of Aireon’s new satellites.
The combination of Harris and Exelis will create a major supplier of IT and communications system to the U.S. government and military.
The FAA has already violated a number of pilots for misreading the departure procedure.
The FAA's budget request of $15.8 billion contains $235 million to begin rolling out data communications between pilots and controllers.
Dubai Air Navigation Services is analyzing wake turbulence at Dubai International Airport using a light detection and ranging system.
The region's airspace is saturated and large portions are off limits to civilian use, said the Civil Air Navigation Services Organization.
Proposal aims to extend performance based navigation (procedures beyond the 24 European Union airports required by the Pilot Common Project Regulation.