News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
Scheduled to take effect in 2021, Canada has shelved its ADS-B Out performance requirements, citing concerns from stakeholders and industry.
Airservices Australia is believed to be considering the Searidge remote tower solution for several of the country's airports.
The commissioner-designate for transport wavers on the introduction of an EU-wide kerosene tax, doubting its environemental benefits.
ATC providers are applying AI and blockchain techniques in tackling cybersecurity risks.
Avinor expects its remote tower project to begin serving Røst, Norway, in the second-half of 2022.
Telecommunications group Vodafone will provide SIM cards to support communications for EHang's family of Autonomous Aerial Vehicles.
Multiple exhibitors at the 2019 NBAA-BACE show are involved in developing technology for the fast-emerging urban air mobility sector
London and Paris airports have taken a lead in addressing drone disruption threats to operations.
Changes under the FAA’s Northeast Corridor Atlantic Coast Routes (NEC ACR) initiative are set to take place beginning this week.
Citing large gaps, four regional, GA, and business aviation organizations pointed to a need for 23 more ADS-B ground stations to cover common routes.