News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
At the FAA’s September International Aviation Safety Forum near Washington, the agency included a discussion session entitled “WAAS or LAAS, which is it?”
The FAA’s Air Traffic Control System Command Center (ATCSCC) at Herndon, Va., is often referred to as the “nerve center” of the National Airspace System.
“Aviation is emerging from the most difficult period in its history to date.
The Garmin GNS 480 all-in-one GPS/navcom is now approved for primary-means WAAS navigation and localizer precision with vertical guidance (LPV) approaches.
As professionals engaged in business aviation, each of us probably has questions about what lies ahead for our community.
Aircraft operators have been forced to add new technology to meet updated requirements since the 1950s, but nothing ever seems to come off aircraft, one ai
Much positive news about the future of civil air navigation broke late last year.
Released last month, the 2005 Federal Radionavigation Plan (FRP)–a joint production of the DOT, DOD and the Department of Homeland Security–provides a usef
At the Air Traffic Control Association’s annual convention this fall, Syracuse, N.Y.-based Sensis announced that its multilateration system will replace th
China’s Air Traffic Management Bureau has selected Sensis to deploy automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) equipment at two airports in central