News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
The European Commission has drafted legislation to postpone requiring controller-pilot datalink communications until 2020.
Under the five-year MoU, NetJets will work with Ohio State University on analyzing airspace operations data and NextGen implementation.
Satellite surveillance provider Aireon signed an agreement with Senegal-based ATC provider to assess satellite ADS-B service over West Africa.
Australian air navigation service provider Airservices inked a deal with Saab Sensis to install that company’s Integrated Tower Automation Suite.
Airservices Australia awarded Saab a contract for the second phase of its national tower technology improvement program.
ADS-B ATC surveillance will begin after the launch of Aireon’s new satellites.
The combination of Harris and Exelis will create a major supplier of IT and communications system to the U.S. government and military.
The FAA has already violated a number of pilots for misreading the departure procedure.
The FAA's budget request of $15.8 billion contains $235 million to begin rolling out data communications between pilots and controllers.
Dubai Air Navigation Services is analyzing wake turbulence at Dubai International Airport using a light detection and ranging system.