IATA has outlined that, currently, only 44 cases of COVID-19 have been thought to be associated with a flight journey, representing one case for every 27 million travellers.
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The report finds that more needs to be done to harness the full potential of AI to ensure the breakthrough required for this technology in ATM.
ECCSA was initiated in response to a call to action by the European Commission and aviation stakeholders and is supported by EASA.
In an interview with International Airport Review, Airbus discuss their new icephobic technology that will reduce de-icing times airside.
Emirates is the only stable client for the A380, and as such, a reduction in their order numbers has promoted Airbus to terminate production of the A380.
Airbus has become the latest victim of cyber-crime, as a hack compromises mostly employee data - relevant authorities are being consulted.
Adding San Francisco as its eighth non-stop destination to its North American portfolio, TAP Air Portugal will begin servicing the route between San Francisco and Portugal in June 2019.
In a world airport first, Heathrow Airport has announced that the first electric-hybrid aircraft to be put into regular service at the UK's international hub will not have to pay Heathrow’s landing charges for an entire year.
Unmanned aircraft systems safety regulations are being discussed by aviation bodies, The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and Airbus, in the hope of establishing industry-wide standards.
Through SESAR, civil and military aviation stakeholders are working together on solutions to enable military air traffic operations in Europe’s increasing complex and congested airspace.
Aeronautical firm Airbus has said that a no-deal Brexit scenario would lead to it 'reconsidering' its investment in the UK, potentially costing 14,000 jobs and affecting many more.
Airbus and SITA launch new Security Operations Center Services.