News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
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.
IATA expects average flight delays in the Mideast to double by 2025 without urgent action.
Pakistan’s airspace may close again, after reopening in July following five months of disruption.
OpsGroup has advised its international operator members of four new ICAO bulletins updating North Atlantic Track (NAT) operations.
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.