News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
Eclipse Aviation’s Avio NG avionics suite remains on schedule for FAA certification in mid-November, according to an Eclipse spokesman, and an Eclipse 500
Lockheed Martin delivered the En Route Automation Modernization (ERAM) equipment to the FAA on budget and ahead of schedule last month, meeting a major mil
The FAA has approved instrument approaches and feeder routes to California Shock/Trauma Air Rescue’s (Calstar) hospital in Gilroy, Calif., developed by Hic
November 21 marks the start of reduced vertical separation minimums (RVSM) in China’s airspace from FL291 to FL411.
Greece and Turkey have concluded an agreement intended to improve the air traffic route network over the Aegean Sea, according to NBAA.
The National Air Traffic Controllers Association (Natca) said a NetJets Cessna Citation X and a Learjet 60 had to take evasive action at 28,000 feet to avo
The National Air Traffic Controllers Association (Natca) is disputing the FAA’s claims that the agency exceeded air traffic controller staffing targets for
While the FAA in early October released its Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) covering future mandatory carriage of ADS-B avionics, serious questions h
In testimony before the House aviation subcommittee yesterday, DOT Inspector General Calvin Scovel told lawmakers that user acceptance and voluntary equipa
A bipartisan team of representatives last month introduced H.R.1711, legislation that would prohibit the privatization or contracting out of the nation’s A