News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
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.
The March 10 tie-up between Airean and Searidge Technologies could serve as a model for future industrial partnerships for space-based data applications.
Aireon's space-based ADS-B data is expected to improve Eurocontrol's complex traffic demand and slot allocation calculations.
Revisions to the FAA's AIM clarifies “approach category” and its application in determining the appropriate straight-in or circling minima on an approach.
Higher fees that recently went into effect for users of ATC services in Canada have been upheld by the Canadian Transportation Agency.
The number of flights across Europe recorded their lowest growth rate last year since 2013.
Mitre is collaborating with the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore on airport and airspace capacity, as well as regional safety collaboration.