News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
North Atlantic operators must be equipped for datalink to flying between FL 290-410 beginning on January 30, OpsGroup warns.
Eurocontrol is now using the actual, not planned, route flown to establish distance used to calculate route charges, which could lead to higher charges.
Ethics, illegal charters, tax planning, ADS-B privacy, and aircraft insurance are the top challenges for business aviation in 2020.
Following Iranian attacks on U.S. bases in Baghdad, the FAA has prohibited U.S. civil operators from overflying the airspace in and around Iraq and Iran.
The new ATC charging system in Europe takes into consideration the actual route flown and allows for a more accurate application of the user pay principle.
The FAA is looking to implement a new offset RNAV approach to Teterboro Airport's Runway 19, to ease noise impact.
Full implementation of U.S. requirements for remote identification of unmanned aircraft systems is anticipated by the end of 2024.
WAAS LPV approach plates for runway ends will not be listed "in plain sight."
The first remote ATC tower in South America, provided by Frequentis, was recently inaugurated at the Santa Cruz military airbase in Rio de Janeiro.
Changes will be phased in over the next couple of years but begin with the planned sunset of the Pilot Web Notam System on January 24.