Industry News 2017-06-09T01:47:13+00:00

Industry News

  • Gibson exits FAA to head NUAIR Alliance
    The NUAIR Alliance has hired Major General Marke F ‘Hoot’ Gibson (ret) as its new chief executive. Gibson most recently served as senior advisor on Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Integration to the deputy administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). He begins November 13 and ... read more
    23-Oct-2017
  • Safety in Numbers
    Drones won’t reach their potential until they can fly well out of sight, and achieving that safely is the goal of a testing corridor being built in central New York reports Jeff Decker. Global providers eagerly await the Request for Proposal, expected in March, to ... read more
    23-Oct-2017
  • Warinsko appointed SESAR deployment chief
    Nicolas Warinsko has been appointed the new general manager of the SESAR Deployment Manager (SDM) and will take the organisation forward from the end of the year. The appointment of Warinsko is part of the forthcoming transition on January 1 of the SESAR Deployment Alliance ... read more
    23-Oct-2017
  • Arrival Manager improvements benefit arrivals into London Heathrow Airport
    Aircraft flying from Europe into London Heathrow Airport now benefit from more accurate delay information thanks to the advanced data available from NATS’ Arrival Manager system (AMAN). Deployed on 19 September, the data feeding into AMAN now comes from the point at which aircraft push ... read more
    23-Oct-2017
  • SWIMming faster and strengthening transatlantic cooperation
    Publication date: 2017-10-23 00:00SWIM (System Wide Information Management) architecture, which removes barriers between information providers and information consumers, is playing a key role in revolutionising the field of Information Exchange. October saw EUROCONTROL host two important transatlantic coordination events, ICAO’s APAC/EUR/MID workshop on service improvement through ... read more
    22-Oct-2017
  • ATOL steps in to protect holidaymakers following travel company failure
    More than 18,000 holidaymakers will be looked after by the ATOL protection scheme following the failure of an Essex-based travel company.   ... read more
    20-Oct-2017
  • ATOL steps in to protect holidaymakers following travel company failure
    More than 18,000 holidaymakers will be looked after by the ATOL protection scheme following the failure of an Essex-based travel company.   ... read more
    20-Oct-2017
  • SESAR Joint Undertaking celebrates 10 years – how time flies!
    SESAR Joint Undertaking celebrates 10 years – how time flies! remy Fri, 10/20/2017 - 15:55 ... read more
    20-Oct-2017
  • Pilot licensing gets a makeover
    Changes to pilot licensing introduced to allow online applications for commercial licences and dedicated appointment slots for those filed in person. ... read more
    20-Oct-2017
  • Loud & Clear?
    In January 1990, Avianca Flight 52 from Bogota, Colombia, to New York City, ran out of fuel on approach to John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK), causing the Boeing 707 aircraft to crash in a wooded residential area in Cove Neck, New York, on the north shore of ... read more
    20-Oct-2017
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