The Dutch Caribbean Air Navigation Service Provider (DC-ANSP), responsible for managing air traffic from the Caribbean island of Curacao, has started using space-based surveillance data from Aireon to track aircraft. In a Nov. 18 announcement, the parties said the DC-ANSP has full surveillance capability over Curacao’s flight information region (FIR) using Aireon data. The 300,000-sq-km FIR is mainly oceanic airspace in the Caribbean Sea, surrounded by Venezuela, Puerto Rico, the ...

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