News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
The Greater Washington Business Aviation Association will host a ribbon cutting for the CBP facility during its first open house and static display at JYO.
ASBAA supports the regulator's decision as a move to improve safety standards.
A recent Eurocontrol report showed a 46.6 percent increase in total air traffic flow management delays in February.
The FAA is testing Data Comm in the en route environment and anticipates initial deployment by 2020.
Strikes, technical failures, and airspace inefficiencies have led to 1 million metric tons of avoidable CO2 emissions since 2014.
The program provides a unified approach to ATC, the industry groups remind Congress.
Following a study, Nav Canada plans to decommission hundreds of VOR and NDB navigation aids that it said are no longer required.
Several airlines resume regular service.
Pakistan’s civil aviation authority said flight operations in northeastern and northwestern regions of Pakistan will remain suspended until further notice.
Operators can no longer use Pakistani and Afghani airspace while India closes eight airports.