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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.
Range of suppliers say that 15-minute standard is doable as future GADSS system is developed.
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.