The Airspace Change Organisation Group has published its environment strategy, as the next milestone in the journey towards the modernisation of the UK airspace.
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Andy Taylor, NATS Chief Solutions Officer, Digital Towers, explains the benefits of using AI and machine learning within the environment of a digital tower to identify ways of supporting controller decision making.
AGS Airports and NHS Scotland have secured £10.1 million in funding to deliver the UK’s first medical distribution network using drones.
Aerospace, Virgin Atlantic, Atkins, Skyports, NATS, and other industry leading organisations have come together to create the world’s first advanced electric flight ecosystem and accelerate the introduction of AAM in the UK.
ACI Europe has announced its annual winners for the Best Airport Awards 2022, which were characterised by how airports are recovering post-COVID-19 pandemic and sustainability-related achievements.
London City Airport and NATS look back over the last year since the pair announced the successful launch of the airport’s first digital air traffic control tower.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the UK aviation industry’s recovery is still ongoing with the overall air traffic figures for 2021 showing continued volatility and changing little from 2020 results.
London Luton Airport has welcomed the changes to modernise and simplify the airport’s arrivals airspace, which has been approved by the Civil Aviation Authority.
Derek Provan, Chief Executive Officer, AGS Airports Ltd, tells International Airport Review, about the group’s sustainability strategy and their fight against climate change.
In the next instalment of International Airport Review’s exclusive series, the Chief Executive Officer of London City Airport, Robert Sinclair, explains how the long-term approach applied to every aspect of the airport’s strategy and decision making will be key in its recovery.
Following intensive testing and live trials, LCY has become the first major international airport in the world to be fully controlled by a remote digital tower.
As part of the UK's Future Flight Challenge, Heathrow will research the use of new technologies and create a blueprint for making zero carbon aviation a reality.
The project has secured partial funding through the UK government’s Future Flight Challenge to look at the feasibility of an air taxi service in the UK's South West region.
An AGS Airports-led consortium will work on the CAELUS project to demonstrate how autonomous drone technology can enhance access to essential medical supplies across Scotland.
The consultation will allow local residents and communities to shape the outcome of the proposed plans to separate Luton and Stansted's arrival routes and holds.