News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
NBAA is advising operators to school up on CPDLC through a free L3Harris resource as Data Comm continues to expand nationwide.
Raytheon, which developed the FAA's STARS air traffic management system, received a $223 million contract to maintain, refresh, and upgrade the system.
ICAO will consider further possible action against Belarus for alleged violation of the Chicago Convention over the forced diversion of a Ryanair flight.
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.