The UK Civil Aviation Authority and the Irish Aviation Authority will enhance collaboration to help stop illegal public transport flights.
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With today marked as "Freedom Day" in England with the ending of all lockdown restrictions, the Irish Aviation Authority has welcomed it as a sign of hope.
For the first time, air traffic controllers now have real-time data on the position of planes anywhere in the world, including previously unsurveilled airspace.
DUB and the IAA will now incorporate A-CDM into the management of daily flight operations at the airport to help to reduce delays.
Partnering with Aireon, the IAA has invested in technology which can pinpoint the location of aircraft, making the skies safer.
The new Irish Aviation Authority ATC tower at Dublin Airport will facilitate parallel runway operations by 2021. Excluding a number of radio masts and chimneys, the new tower will be one of the tallest structures in Ireland.
Irish air traffic controllers have implemented an advanced system which significantly reduces delays for aircraft and passengers travelling into Heathrow.
The Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) safely and efficiently provided air traffic control services to over 1.1 million flights in 2016. Peter Kearney, Director of ATM Operations and Strategy, reveals the excellent results of recent remote tower technology trials which represent the world’s first trial of multiple tower remote operations by…