The 10-year contract further strengthens NATS and Cardiff Airport's working relationship, with NATS providing ATC services for MOD St Athans Airport for the first time.
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Following the 29th Annual Congress and Assembly hosted in Cyprus, we spoke to Vassiliki Anastassiadou, Minister of Transport, Communications and Works to investigate the Cypriote aviation industry.
An advanced air traffic control training facility has opened in Beirut, Lebanon which uses pioneering simulation technology developed by Airways New Zealand.
Research and innovation is underway in SESAR – the technological pillar of the Single European Sky – to ensure that increasing drone traffic in Europe’s skies can be managed safely, in particular in relation to commercial air transport. Florian Guillermet, Executive Director of the SESAR Joint Undertaking, tells us more.
The efficiency of European airspace is vital to minimising delays and achieving aviation sustainability, but can we place monetary value on it? A new report from The European Court of Auditors (ECA) suggests we can.
Azerbaijan Air Navigation Services details the challenges of traffic growth in regard to managing Azerbaijani airspace, and highlights how this has been tackled.
Considering the detrimental effects on the aviation industry, Jonathan Nicholson, Assistant Director, Civil Aviation Authority, highlights the risks, opportunities and challenges related to the use of unmanned aircraft.
ACI highlighted that reliable and effective transmission of data across all airport stakeholders is key to both efficiency and improving the passenger experience.
In this issue, find out about how artificial intelligence can manage even the worst of cyber-security breaches; how to ensure increasing drone traffic in Europe’s skies can be managed safely, and various approaches to enhancing non-aeronautical revenues.
EUROCONTROL Network Manager's alarming system ensures that unsafe aircraft are detected before they enter European airspace.
Intelligent Approach works by dynamically calculating the optimum time between arriving aircraft based on their type and the prevailing weather conditions.
Following the challenging summer of 2018, where a record number of flights placed a strain on parts of Europe’s air traffic management network, ANSPs across Europe are stepping up their collaboration.
A new version of EUROCONTROL's ESCAPE air traffic control simulator will facilitate academic research around the world and improve future training.
The EUROCONTROL ‘Challenges of Growth 2018’ study predicts there will be a lack of capacity at European airports in 2040 preventing around 1.5 million flights from flying. Such a lack of capacity could mean 160 million passengers would not be able to travel with a potential economic loss of around…