News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
Nav Canada last month awarded its national ADS-B program to Syracuse, N.Y.-based Sensis, and installation of the first system ground stations is now under
The FAA revised its controller hiring plan early last month to adjust for greater retirement numbers and revisions to staffing requirements at each of the
Eurocontrol has demonstrated the technical and operational benefits of a new ATC decision aid known as medium-term conflict detection (MTCD), which could a
The FAA will present its seventh seminar on domestic RVSM airspace on June 9 and 10 in Atlanta.
After meeting with industry representatives over several days in early March, the FAA launched a new ATC plan designed to head <br />off gridlock by “shari
The National Air Traffic Controllers Association urged the Senate appropriations transportation subcommittee to ask FAA Administrator Marion Blakey what th
Argentine President Nestor Kirchner disclosed on March 15 that the country would end military control of ATC services and signed a decree creating the Nati
DOT Secretary Mary Peters cautioned that aviation delays will grow without significant FAA funding reforms (read: user fees) as forecasters predict air tra
Stephen Hickok of Hickok & Associates, Orange Beach, Ala., announced on Thursday that the FAA performed a successful flight inspection on February 23 o
A newly designed circuit board is now available for Citation 525 and a few Citation 560 operators that have been required since late last year to disengage