News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
Eurocontrol and GCAA recently signed an agreement on flight data
Block II version of Honeywell SmartPath, the only FAA-certified system of its kind, now supports up to 48 approach options.
Major programs of the $40 billion ATC modernization are making progress, officials told the Air Traffic Control Association annual meeting.
FAA Administrator Huerta said trials in Newark and Memphis "are delivering great results."
The online resource provides guidance on application process, eligibility, types of designators and what might be acceptable.
The practice of imposing airspace restrictions for major security events will only get worse during the election season.
The number of certified professional controllers is at the lowest point in 27 years, warns the National Air Traffic Controllers Association
Report highlights weaknesses in ATC infrastructure.
The size of the Temporary Flight Restrictions erected for Pope Francis’s visit to the U.S. raises questions: why such elevated security?
The Piaggio Avanti tests helped clear the way for a more formal three-year test program of the Traffic Aware Planner application.