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Universal Trip Support will waive its fees on various services for operators attempting humanitarian flights involving Covid-19 delivery.
Embraer IT specialists have isolated certain systems to protect the overall computer network after a cyberattack.
Astronautics Corporation has received additional FAA funding to continue with phase two of its Aircraft Systems Information Security/Protection study.
NATA has already trained 5,000 crew members on human trafficking awareness and mitigation, but believes much more needs to be done.
Satcom Direct has added a network operations center to aggregate, collate, and analyze data generated by business aircraft activity.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection pre-clearance for general aviation flights to the U.S. will resume this Sunday at Ireland’s Shannon Airport.
The FAA will evaluate at least 10 drone mitigation technologies/systems at its William J. Hughes Technical Center in New Jersey.
An amendment to ban U.S. government use of Chinese drones appears almost certain to become law within weeks.
Better theater situational awareness, expanded missile defenses, armed UAVs and a light aircraft carrier are on Seoul’s shopping list.
A reported ransomware attack that shut down several data services at Garmin over the past day includes those in its aviation portfolio.