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International air navigation service providers are urging Swiss leaders to align regulations with international standards accepting just culture.
EU-wide performance targets for the next five years call for a reduction in delays and costs.
The FAA is holding three public workshops this week in and around Las Vegas to discuss proposed airspace improvements over the metropolitan area.
The Malaysia Airlines subsidiary plans to start flying from Seletar Airport in Singapore on April 21.
The FAA separately is hosting meetings on the South-Central Florida Metroplex redesign project.
The system is operational and in trial phase over the North Atlantic, where controllers can test reduced in-trail separations.
Three North Atlantic Track air navigation service providers will begin trials tomorrow of new reduced longitudinal separation minima using ADS-B data.
An employee at Kuala Lumpur Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport was killed after a landing Bombardier Challenger 300 struck his airport maintenance vehicle.
The Greater Washington Business Aviation Association will host a ribbon cutting for the CBP facility during its first open house and static display at JYO.
ASBAA supports the regulator's decision as a move to improve safety standards.