News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
Trials of the new airport collaborative decision-making (A-CDM) procedures started on Monday at Canada’s Toronto Lester B. Pearson International Airport.
Airlines scrap more than 100 flights amid raging fires across the Indonesian islands of Sumatra and Kalimantan.
EBAA was among dozens of organizations that signed the “Future of European Sky” joint declaration yesterday.
The "file-and-forget" principle of twice-yearly repetitive flight plans no longer benefits operators, given the dynamic nature of today’s ATM network.
Volocopter's 2X prototype made the first eVTOL flight integrated with both unmanned and air traffic management systems at an international airport.
Nav Canada, the private, not-for-profit that operates the country’s ATC system, is increasing user fees to recover costs of providing ADS-B surveillance.
Operators with older minimum navigation performance specifications approvals must get them updated if they want to keep flying in the North Atlantic Track.
China's EHang has developed an electronic fence to prevent autonomous aircraft being operated in areas where they would not be safe.
The high court in Dublin blocked planned walkouts by Ireland-based pilots.
Learjet 55s comprise the least compliant fleet, with 42 percent equipped, while the Cirrus Vision Jet is most compliant with 98 percent equipage rate.