News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
A nationwide walkout of several French employment sectors includes air traffic controllers and airport ground handlers.
Leidos will continue to provide flight services briefings and work with the FAA to improve the system under a potential $1 billion, 15-year contract.
France’s Thales Group says all OEMs could benefit from PureFlyt, giving it a chance for adoption on Boeing airliner programs.
The FAA is looking to implement satellite-based navigation to move air traffic more efficiently through Southern Nevada.
Scheduled to take effect in 2021, Canada has shelved its ADS-B Out performance requirements, citing concerns from stakeholders and industry.
Airservices Australia is believed to be considering the Searidge remote tower solution for several of the country's airports.
The commissioner-designate for transport wavers on the introduction of an EU-wide kerosene tax, doubting its environmental benefits.
ATC providers are applying AI and blockchain techniques in tackling cybersecurity risks.
Avinor expects its remote tower project to begin serving Røst, Norway, in the second-half of 2022.
Telecommunications group Vodafone will provide SIM cards to support communications for EHang's family of Autonomous Aerial Vehicles.