News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
Members of the Transport, Telecommunication and Energy Council of the European Union have accepted a proposal by the European Commission to assume control
Since everyone agrees that rapidly increasing traffic volumes over the next 20 years will demand the FAA’s NextGen solution–or something very similar–it ca
The European Space Agency (ESA) has launched the early development phase of the Single European Sky Iris program, a research initiative designed to improve
Northrop Grumman delivered the first production LN-120G GPS-aided stellar-inertial navigation system to the U.S.
The TopFlight satellite communications terminal that Thales launched at last year’s Farnborough airshow will be installed later this year on new-build corp
United Parcel Service will save millions of dollars a year by introducing technology that is designed to provide improved aircraft spacing for arriving air
The number of unmanned air vehicles in our skies is growing fast, but there are many regulatory and doctrinal issues to resolve, before UAVs and their grou
There was good news for Alaskan pilots last week, when FAA Administrator Marion Blakey introduced the agency’s draft 2008-2012 Flight Plan, along with the
Boeing has revealed a surprise and innovative entry for the U.S.
Northrop Grumman’s UK subsidiary, Park Air Systems, has been selected to supply air traffic control upgrades in Central and Eastern Europe worth approximat