News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
Most corporate pilots know how TCAS operates and what it does, but fewer are familiar with ADS-B.
The FAA awarded a contract to Lockheed Martin last month that will add a third leased geostationary satellite to the two existing satellites used for the w
Once the ATC system began to recover from the 1981 Professional Air Traffic Controllers (PATCO) strike and the demand for services once more began to rise,
The FAA recently codified into Parts 91 and 93 flight restrictions that have been in effect “temporarily” (for 10 years) in the vicinity of Niagara Falls a
Honeywell has started demonstrating an optional software upgrade to its enhanced ground proximity warning system (EGPWS) that is intended to curb runway in
Honeywell late last week received FAA designation as a consultant for Required Navigation Performance Special Aircraft and Aircrew Authorization Required (
On Saturday, Boca Raton, Fla.-based DayJet reached its 100th day since starting per-seat on-demand service in the Southeast with its fleet of 28 Eclipse 50
Just like Paul Revere’s midnight ride to warn of the incoming British, the Canadian Business Aviation Association is signaling to its troops that RVSM is c
In the last couple of years the concept of portable cockpit computers has caught on in a big way.
One of the FAA’s less publicized programs to increase airport capacity is the gradual introduction of the precision runway monitor (PRM).