New developments and products in avionics, specifically about aircraft electronics in the cockpit.
The DOT inspector general’s office will audit the FAA’s progress in implementing its controller workforce plan for hiring approximately 12,500 new controll
Boeing might sell or shut down its Connexion in-flight Internet service after six years of failing to turn a profit on the business, The Wall Street Journa
AirCell is moving forward with plans for a nationwide network of about 200 special ground stations to support in-flight broadband services.
The FAA is proposing to decommission all 54 direction finders (DF) and associated DF approaches in all states other than Alaska.
Lockheed Martin at the Air Traffic Control Association Convention on Monday announced its bidding team for the FAA’s nationwide automatic dependent surveil
Verizon Airfone notified customers on July 7 it has "determined to exit the air-to-ground business" and will shut down Airfone on December 4.
Gulfstream formally launched a synthetic vision system (SVS) development program yesterday at the Farnborough Air Show with avionics maker Honeywell.
Max-Viz, the Oregon company whose only product is forward-looking infrared (IR) enhanced-vision systems (EVS), came to NBAA’06 riding a rising tide of inte
Thales announced yesterday that the Gulfstream Aerospace advanced flight controls (AFC) proof-of-concept research program has achieved a successful first f
Thales’ Integrated Electronic Standby Instrument (IESI) will join the array in the Next Generation Pilatus PC-12, as announced yesterday at the Thales boot