IATA has announced that poor investment in air traffic control could bring delays to travellers in the summer holiday season.
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Simulation technology developed in New Zealand will be sent to Lebanon to assist with air traffic control training and reduce on-the-job learning.
Fernando Lopez-Calleja, Head of Aerodrome Licensing & Assurance at Heathrow Airport Limited, discusses EASA regulatory changes and how airports can improve the aerodrome safety management system.
13 September 2016 | By International Airport Review
The companies that provide air navigation services across Africa have committed to a joint initiative to improve aviation safety across the continent...
15 June 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Samoa Airport Authority has awarded Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP) Airways New Zealand a contract to assist with the upgrade of air traffic management systems and infrastructure at Faleolo International Airport.
31 May 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Air navigation service provider Airways New Zealand confirmed it would be decreasing prices for airlines by 4.7 percent over the next three years.
14 October 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
New Zealand’s air navigation service provider Airways has announced plans for a $2.4 million project to enhance airfield safety in eight Pacific countries.
9 October 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
JANS, the Japanese Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP), has signed a contract with NEC Corporation for the manufacture of the Total Information Display Unit (TDU)-14 type ATC information display system.
6 October 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
Leaders of Europe’s Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) have renewed their pledge to work together to help deliver the Single European Sky ATM Research programme (SESAR).
28 September 2015 | By Guenter Martis, Director European Affairs at CANSO
Air traffic management (ATM) provided by air navigation service providers (ANSPs) is the invisible part of the air transport value chain but it is the essential enabler for the air transport system. In this article Guenter Martis, Director European Affairs at CANSO, will lay out what ANSPs are doing to…
28 July 2015 | By Olle Sundin, Chair of the Borealis Alliance Board
Olle Sundin, Chair of the Borealis Alliance Board, gives an overview of the Borealis Free Route Airspace (FRA) programme, who is involved, the challenges to overcome, how it fits into SESAR and what benefits will follow.
3 October 2012 | By Stefan Naerlich, Head of Navigation Services, Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH and Hans-Jochen Kreher, Head of Satellite Navigation Department, Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH
Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) using ground-based augmentation are considered the future solution for precision approaches at airports. Airlines, Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) and manufacturers have been collaborating on a worldwide scale to expand the technology’s capabilities. EUROCONTROL’s SESAR and the FAA’s NextGen programmes are working towards replacing Instrument…
6 June 2012 | By Mark Glover, Commissioning Editor, International Airport Review
Following the resignation of CANSO’s former Director General Graham Lake, Samantha Sharif, CANSO’s Director of Industry Affairs has stepped in as Interim Director General. Mark Glover from International Airport Review spoke with Samantha about this new role, the supposed decrease in Air Traffic Controllers and the much lauded Waypoint 2013…
2 December 2010 | By EUROCONTROL
EUROCONTROL, is playing a central role in developing a global standard on Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) in ATM...
10 September 2010 | By CANSO
Air Navigation Service Providers of Norway and Denmark have renewed their service agreements with ARINC Inc...