New developments at airports including regulations and noise issues; legal disputes; openings, acquisitions and mergers.
Starting June 25, LPV approaches at UK airports will be removed following the cessation on that date of the UK’s participation in EGNOS.
The UK’s London Oxford Airport has embarked on a major infrastructure project, the centerpiece of which will be a hangar.
Starting on June 1 sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) will be available at Germany’s Munich Airport.
Lack of commercial carrier movements serving India and Europe has increased Dubai's attractiveness as a business aviation hub.
The pandemic, which held back launch of the FBO for a year, has also led to delays in provision of hangarage and MRO facilities
NBAA has formed a new Advanced Air Mobility Roundtable as a forum to chart a course for the integration of AAM technologies into U.S. airspace.
London City is the largest international airport where landings and takeoffs are controlled remotely, in this case from a facility 72 miles away.
The course focuses on ICAO's new methodology for assessing and reporting runway surface conditions.
France’s Clermont-Ferrand Auvergne Airport is now the first in the country to supply sustainable aviation fuel.
Colorado’s Telluride Regional Airport (KTEX) became the first location in Colorado to continually stock sustainable aviation fuel.