News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
Outage originated in ground infrastructure and the system took six days to recover to operational status, prompting a full inquiry.
Airlines work to restore all routes between Europe and Asia affected by Pakistani airspace closure.
While Alert is directed mainly at the commercial-aviation sector, bizav organizations are “more than welcome” to register for the service, said Aireon.
The Swiss federal court decision to uphold an earlier air traffic controller verdict marks the first such conviction with legal effect.
The project to implement a shared air traffic management system for Belgium has reached the final implementation phase.
A new procedure using plate lines aims to mitigate wake vortices during landing approaches.
Ticket prices could rise by an average of $300 due to costs associated with rerouting flights.
Rafael’s infrared-based surveillance system provides complete coverage of regional airspace with the ability to conduct identification.
Nav Canada has released a proposal to revise customer service charges to recover the costs of ADS-B surveillance data services.
The FAA has expanded the Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability testing program to increase access for non-recreational drone pilots.