News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
By the end of the six-month trial aircraft across all oceanic airspace managed by Australia were being tracked with a minimum reporting rate of 14 minutes.
Both Flight Watch and Hi-Watch will be available on frequency 122.2, effective September 24.
The FAA will take over certifcation and inspection of LAWRS from the National Weather Service.
TFRs apply to New York and Washington Center.
The report found that separating air navigation and safety/regulatory functions has not affected safety.
Airspace affected is over Virginia, North and South Caroline, Georgia and Florida.
Air navigation service provider Avinor has plans for remote control of up to 15 or more airports from one location.
Inefficient tower operations cost the government $853 million over five years, according to the Department of Transportation inspector general.
Aviation authorities will study whether landing separation standards can be tightened.
The new certification processs covers all controllers regardless of their assignment.