News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
All flights to and from Belgium will be suspended for 24 hours due to a national strike affecting staffing levels at the ANSP.
Airport will sequence operations based on reservations and air traffic flow management restrictions.
A Transportation Safety Board of Canada investigation into 27 runway incursions at Toronto Pearson Intl. Airport has led to four recommendations.
Data-led approach offers instantaneous risk assessment in flight planning tool.
The FAA acknowledged it has experienced a higher number than usual staff out on sick leave at two of its facilities.
Air traffic management program has delayed outgoing flights by more than an hour at nearby Newark Airport.
NATCA is planning to distribute leaflets at as many as 50 airports to highlight the ramifications of the shutdown.
The union representing FAA air traffic controllers filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government for non-payment of wages due to the ongoing shutdown.
Air traffic control capacity shortages, staffing issues, and industrial action caused a sharp rise in 2018 flight delays.
A trial of reduced separation standards in the North Atlantic Track is scheduled to start on or after March 28.