Belgium To Opt For Six Remote ATC Towers

By Alan Dron Feb 20, 2020
Belgian air navigation service provider (ANSP) skeyes plans to gradually install remote air traffic control (ATC) towers at six airports and airfields throughout Belgium.
Air Transport

Indra Introduces Remote Tower Artificial Intelligence

By Alan Dron Feb 18, 2020
Spanish technology company Indra is introducing artificial intelligence (AI) to its air traffic control (ATC) remote towers to allow a greater degree of scrutiny of both air and ground movements.
Air Transport

CAAC Backs Airline Mergers As Epidemic Response

By Bradley Perrett Feb 18, 2020
The Chinese agency has long been vexed by the multiplicity of airlines. The industry crisis has prompted it to propose consolidation.
Air Transport

Cathay Makes Deeper Cuts As COVID-19 Hurts Demand

By Adrian Schofield Feb 17, 2020
Cathay Pacific has once again increased its planned capacity cuts as the carrier responds to a precipitous decline in traffic due to the COVID-19…
Air Transport

Breeze Startup Eyes Three Eastern 'North-South Leisure Routes'

By Sean Broderick Feb 10, 2020
Breeze Airways, airline entrepreneur David Neeleman’s new start-up, plans to launch scheduled service with three “north-south leisure routes” east of the Mississippi River and steadily expand as its fleet size ramps up, the carrier’s U.S. Transportation Dept. certificate application reveals.
Air Transport

Copenhagen Airport Passenger With Virus Symptoms Hospitalized

By Helen Massy-Beresford Feb 07, 2020
Operations have returned to normal at Copenhagen Airport after a passenger with suspected coronavirus was taken to hospital after arriving at the airport Feb. 7 with symptoms. 
Air Transport

Coronavirus Outbreak Devastates Chinese Commercial Aviation

By Bradley Perrett Feb 07, 2020
The country’s airlines have halted most of their operations. Three small airlines have stopped flying completely.
Air Transport

Counter-Drone, UTM Systems Planned At Auckland Airport

By Bill Carey Feb 05, 2020
Air navigation service provider Airways New Zealand has entered into an agreement with a UK company to build on a proof-of-concept drone detection system currently being tested at Auckland Airport (NZAA).
Air Transport

Denmark’s Second Largest Airport Plans Remote Tower

By Bill Carey Feb 04, 2020
Air navigation service provider Naviair will establish a remote tower center at Billund Airport (BLL), Denmark’s second largest airport, to manage surrounding air traffic and ultimately provide central air traffic control for other regional airports.
Aerospace

Leidos Buys L3Harris Airport Businesses For $1B

By Michael Bruno Feb 04, 2020
Leidos, a giant provider of technology and services to U.S. government agencies, is buying two airport security and services units from L3Harris Technologies for $1 billion.
Defense and Space

Commercial Space And Airlines Debate Over Spaceport Needs

By Bill Carey Feb 04, 2020
Operators say more spaceports will be needed to support launch demand.
Air Transport

Growing Challenges Spur Change For Singapore Airlines

By Adrian Schofield Feb 03, 2020
Singapore Airlines reshuffles group to strengthen its business model, seeking new partnerships and introducing advanced aircraft types.
Air Transport

Opinion: Why You Should Not Be Ashamed To Fly

George Novak Jan 31, 2020
Sometimes a flight isn’t just more convenient—it can be the more environmentally friendly way to travel.
Sustainability

FAA Will Introduce Space Data Integrator In August

By Bill Carey Jan 30, 2020
The FAA will introduce a new Space Data Integrator system in August to track space launch and recovery operations in real time with traditional air traffic, Administrator Steve Dickson said.
Defense and Space

Local Council Blocks London Stansted Airport Expansion Plans

By Alan Dron Jan 29, 2020
Plans for a major expansion of London Stansted airport have been halted in their tracks after the local council refused planning permission for the scheme.
Air Transport

Gatwick Drone Scare Drives Countermeasures Deployments

By Bill Carey Jan 29, 2020
The signature disruption at the second-busiest UK airport has made the business case for installing counter-drone systems.
Air Transport

Bratislava Airport To Close For 10 Days In Late April

By Alan Dron Jan 28, 2020
The airport serving the capital of Slovakia will close completely in late April to allow major work to its runway intersection. 
Air Transport

What Does Brexit Mean For Aviation?

By Helen Massy-Beresford Jan 27, 2020
We provide answers to some of the key questions about the UK’s looming exit from the EU.
Air Transport

Moscow Sheremetyevo Looks To Double Passenger Capacity By 2030

By Maxim Pyadushkin Jan 24, 2020
Moscow Sheremetyevo Airport, which opened Terminal C Jan. 17, plans to double passenger capacity by 2030 to up to 100 million passengers per year
Air Transport

Ukrainian Airliner Downing Shows Conflict-Zone Issues Endure

By Jens Flottau Jan 24, 2020
Most in industry and government see high-level, multinational efforts as a pipe dream, leaving airlines to fend for themselves.
Air Transport

Opinion: Why Governments Must Decide When Not To Fly

Mark Zee Jan 24, 2020
Iran’s acknowledgment that it shot down PS752 removes that doubt and painfully validates our 5.5 years of work on airspace risk awareness, but it also makes clear that this work was not enough to prevent a repeat tragedy. It is now evident that governments must play a more active role in preventing airlines from flying in conflict zones.
Air Transport

Wuhan Airport Shut Down As China Isolates City

By Chen Chuanren Jan 23, 2020
As part of efforts to curb the Wuhan coronavirus, the Chinese central government has begun to isolate the city and close all public transport nodes, including airports and train stations. 
Air Transport

Why selling small narrowbodies in the US is a challenge

By Robert W. Moorman Jan 23, 2020
The 100-150 seat aircraft sits in a “tween” market between smaller regional jets and larger narrowbodies. The question is: How big is that market?…
Air Transport

Shell Aviation VP explains rapidly growing interest in SAFs

By Graham Warwick Jan 23, 2020
Shell Aviation has a presence at some 900 airports in about 60 countries supplying aviation fuel. The company fuels an aircraft every 14 seconds and…
Air Transport

Vienna Airport Sees 17% Record Passenger Growth In 2019

By Kurt Hofmann Jan 22, 2020
Vienna International Airport (VIE) handled 31.7 million passengers in 2019, a 17.1% passenger increase, representing an all-time high for the airport.
Air Transport

 

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