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TV signals can pinpoint aircraft accurately enough to meet the standard ATC separation requirements, according to a recent study.
The plan was designed to reduce the number of intermediate altitude level-offs.
The biggest challenge to imagined interoperability could be governments protecting their own systems.
The linkup marks a milestone in the effort to create a system of satellite-based ADS-B receivers in each of Iridium’s 66 next generation satellites.
A recent FAA notice offers guidance on the expansion of 3-nm separation in airspace below FL180 up to and including FL230.
Germany's DFS announced a contract with Frequentis that will make Saarbrücken Airport the country's first remote-controlled airport.
Should congestion build, arriving aircraft can expect ground delays or ground stops, in-trail restrictions and collaborative trajectory programs.
After a two-year test period, the text-based cockpit communication system will serve more than 50 U.S. airports by the end of next year.
Monetary incentives are being set up to encourage airports to publish LPV approaches and operators to equip with receivers.
Maastricht air traffic control center makes progress in efficiency but faces slow progress in wider European ATM cooperation