Indra facilitates Riyadh and Medina airports to operate in the event of sandstorm

It will introduce vehicle and aircraft movement tracking systems on the runways and taxiways (A-SMGCS) in low-visibility conditions at both airports read more

20 December 2018
Indra facilitates Riyadh and Medina airports to operate in the event of sandstorm

Government gives green light to modernised airspace

NATS warmly welcomes the UK Government and Civil Aviation Authority's commitment, to making best use of technology to better manage today's air traffic. read more

18 December 2018Government gives green light to modernised airspace

European Safedrone project to integrate drones in the future u-space over cities and rural areas takes off

The European Safedrone project, which will carry out one of the largest European flight demonstrations of drones and conventional aircraft sharing airspace at very low level read more

18 December 2018European Safedrone project to integrate drones in the future u-space over cities and rural areas takes off

ENAV wins contract in Libya

ENAV announces that it has been awarded a contract for the modernization of equipment in the control tower at Tripoli International Airport by the Libyan Civil Aviation Authority. read more

18 December 2018ENAV wins contract in Libya

Conviction of air traffic controller endangers safety culture says skyguide

Skyguide disappointed with Court judgment against air traffic controller, which jeopardises the safety culture deeply embedded within Switzerland’s air navigation services. read more

13 December 2018Conviction of air traffic controller endangers safety culture says skyguide

NATS installs new digital flight strip system at Bristol Airport

NATS, the UK’s leading air traffic services provider, has successfully introduced its new Hub and Spoke Electronic Flight Progress Strip (EFPS) system at Bristol Airport. read more

10 December 2018NATS installs new digital flight strip system at Bristol Airport

Swiss mobile phone network already suitable for drone traffic management, concludes a joint study by skyguide, Swisscom and the ARCS

ARCS, skyguide and Swisscom demonstrate Switzerland’s existing mobile telephony infrastructure is suitable for ensuring the safe performance of drone flight operations. read more

6 December 2018Swiss mobile phone network already suitable for drone traffic management, concludes a joint study by skyguide, Swisscom and the ARCS

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