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.
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NATS' Aviation Index 2020 survey found that 70 per cent of people are now demanding that climate change action be the aviation industry’s top priority.
Chris Wild, Head of Airfield Operations at Manchester Airport and founder of Aviation Action, has been appointed as chair of the charity.
Steve Armitage, Head of Innovation and Intelligent Automation at Heathrow Airport, discusses the implementation of artificial intelligence at the airport, along with the benefits, challenges and opportunities it brings.
Following EUROCONTROL securing a loan of £1.1 billion for European ANSPs, NATS will be eligible for up to £92 million in COVID-19 support.
The air traffic control at St Athan Airport, which became a civilian aerodrome in 2019 and is operated by Cardiff Airport, will now be provided by NATS.
The initial phase will see Stansted Airport host a series of focus groups encouraging people to provide their views on any change to the airport's airspace.
By achieving an integrated approach, aviation performance will experience a boost and sustainability will be improved, says ACI Europe.
The Carbon Disclosure Project recognised NATS due to its efforts to reduce the environmental impact of air travel through the efficient use of airspace.
Robert Sinclair, CEO of London City Airport, focuses on creating capacity for airlines, a high-quality passenger experience and an airport that Londoners are proud of.
Over half of the British public believe the pros of aviation outweigh the cons, but environmental concerns have caused a decrease in this percentage compared to 2018.
As demand for air travel grows it becomes essential for airports to enhance resilience and runway capacity.
A new border system has lead to reductions in fuel usage, carbon emissions and holding times for arriving aircraft at Gatwick.
NATS and MoD have extended their Future Military Area Radar Service contract to 31 March 2030, ensuring safe collaboration within UK airspace.
Intelligent Approach, the air traffic control system that dynamically separates arrivals by time instead of distance, is in the first phase of being deployed at Schiphol to help improve tactical capacity and operational resilience.