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A study released by the Save Our GPS Coalition warns of “serious repercussions for the U.S.
Ethics in the global aerospace industry is one of many topics that CEOs from the U.S.
A public-private financing construct designed to assist airlines in equipping their fleets for next-generation air traffic operations is nearing realizati
It is only in the past few of years that GPS approaches, pioneered in Alaska in the 1990s, have started to become available.
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The SESAR Joint Undertaking (JU) has recently carried out an extensive review to see whether there are any early results that could benefit the aviation co
The global economic recession gave pause to the relentless growth in air traffic over recent years, not least in Europe.
Raytheon has new developments to report in both air traffic automation systems and radar portions of its air traffic management (ATM) business.
Middle East Business Aviation Association chairman Ali Al Naqbi is proposing to set up an informal working group, dubbed “Middle East Control,” to achieve
Two events last month intensified the confrontation between LightSquared, a private U.S.