News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
The planned launch of a SpaceX rocket with a crewed Dragon capsule has prompted a pair of TFRs that will close off sections of Central Florida’s airspace.
Nav Canada wants to hike user service charges by an 29.5 percent due to lower air traffic volume and a resulting decrease in collected fees.
A cross-section of European organizations, including EBAA, asked the EC to pause a current proposal on drone integration to enable greater industry input.
Swedish remote tower venture continues to grow its business, and is making its first forays into military ATC with the UK's RAF.
The DOT OIG found the roughly 250 U.S. contract towers used at least 47.6% fewer resources on average between 2015 and 2018, and had fewer safety events.
The FAA has released a list of 93 airports where it plans to curb operating hours as traffic has declined in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
The FAA is temporarily reducing operations at ATC towers where traffic has dropped off significantly, particularly at night.
A rumor about an imminent U.S. airspace shutdown promulgated by an aviation blogger earlier this week has been debunked by NBAA.
Europe’s ATM providers have agreed to postpone payment of €1.1 billion in air traffic control fees.
The FAA has now had to close towers in New York, Chicago and Las Vegas after positive tests were found among technicians.