News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
An incorrect barometric setting on an RNAV (GPS) approach could have fatal consequences without any overt warnings to the crew.
Strikes scheduled for Friday among staff of Italy’s air navigation service provider extend disruptions felt during a difficult summer season in Europe.
A September 24 notam prohibits most general and business aviation aircraft from taking part in the CPDLC en route trial due to avionics performance issues.
Europe’s air navigation service providers generally failed to meet last year’s environmental targets for air traffic management, according to a new report.
The FAA has delayed requirements for unmanned aircraft systems to have remote ID systems to Dec 16, 2022.
French air traffic controllers are striking over pay demands and allegations of insufficient recruitment, prompting Ryanair to repeat demands for reforms.
ALPA stages nationwide picketing campaign in U.S. ahead of expected holiday travel crunch.
A visual approach in a large turbine-powered aircraft can be a challenge.
The FAA Safety Team issued a notice reminding operators of proper departure procedures at Teterboro, saying navigation errors have been happening.
While the precise date for the founding of air traffic control services remains in dispute, the period of 1920-1922 is when ATC began.