News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
Aircraft operators say European Union states are making them carry most of the burden for Covid-related losses by air navigation service providers.
London City is the largest international airport where landings and takeoffs are controlled remotely, in this case from a facility 72 miles away.
A new paper published by Eurocontrol asserts that through collaborative efforts, aviation can cut emissions by a quarter with existing technology.
FlightAware's new SkyAware service allows ADS-B receiver hosts to combine all their traffic into one fused view.
NiuSky Pacific Limited said Aireon's space-based ADS-B service greatly enhances its ground-based air traffic surveillance.
During the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Aviation Summit, leaders expressed concern that investment has diminished for aging non-NextGen systems.
A third service delivery point has been added for the Agency for Aerial Navigation Safety in Africa and Madagascar’s (ASECNA) Dakar, Senegal ops center.
The FAA will publish 52 new operational procedures on April 22 as part of its South-Central Florida Metroplex airspace optimization program.
Air traffic control providers eschewed the organized track structure on March 9.
Under reintroduced legislation, retired FAA controllers would not be financially penalized for working at contract towers.