Dublin Airport implements a new device to reduce the time spent on essential airfield safety checks in regard to aircraft parking lighting.
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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.
Cranfield University has carried out successful trails of a suction robot which can detect and repair damage to aircraft, as part of the CompInnova Project.
As part of Stansted's on-going development programme new aircraft stands have been added to enable more passengers to pass through the airport with greater ease.
NASA's test flights tackled the biggest source of complaints made to the Federal Aviation Authority.
The European Commission has welcomed the endorsement by the International Civil Aviation Organization Council (ICAO) of the key rules of a scheme bent on tackling carbon dioxide emissions in the aviation sector.
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.
The European Commission has cleared all air carriers from Indonesia from the EU Air Safety list after improvements to the aviation safety situation in the country.
The news means that people within Stansted's catchment area, to the north east of London, will have greater access to the Middle East and further afield.
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Edmonton International Airport (EIA), Canada's fifth biggest by passenger numbers, has pledged its support to bringing low carbon, renewable fuels into the aviation and airport sectors.
The latest league table rated the performance of the top 50 busiest airlines on seven noise and emission metrics from January to March 2018.
The head of IATA has called the figures a sign of "healthy momentum" as the Northern Hemisphere heads into summer and its busiest period.
Airports around the world have to rename their runways once every 50 years due to roving magnetic fields.
ICAO Secretary General Dr. Fang Liu and the German Chancellor Angela Merkel have discussed the nation's leadership in aviation technology at a meeting in Berlin.
Robird, as it is called, is designed to strike fear into the hearts of a wide range of potential runway hazards, including 'other' birds of prey.