News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
Effective February 20, the /F suffix for aircraft equipped with single FMSs has been revised to account for advanced Rnav equipment.
In a letter to the FAA, NBAA president Jack Olcott said the association “adamantly objects to the construction of the proposed 2,000-foot tower at Ba
The FAA has begun redesigning high-altitude airspace above FL390, and among the first beneficiaries will be Rnav- and RNP-equipped business jets that routi
Bombardier has started flying an enhanced vision system (EVS) on the Global Express.
When the federal government raised the terrorist threat index early last month to Code Orange, it piggybacked with it an Air Defense Identification Zone (A
• Goodrich accepted terms of a licensing agreement with Honeywell to settle a lawsuit in which Honeywell claimed that Goodrich infringed on EGPWS patents.
The FAA is proposing numerous revisions to instrument flight rules and procedures to reflect technological advances intended to “facilitate the transition
Previously this column has addressed efforts within the federal government to transform our nation’s air transportation system.
Concerned about attempts by adversaries to jam global positioning satellite system signals–as occurred with only limited success during the recent Iraq con