The Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) has highlighted three key drivers for efficient and effective air traffic management (ATM) in Latin America and the Caribbean – collaboration, harmonisation and innovation.
European aviation leaders gathered today to show their support for the digital transformation of their industry, and SESAR as the vehicle through which to achieve this ambitious goal.
The summer holiday season officially starts today in the UK with a record breaking 8,800 flights expected to be handled across the country, according to air traffic control services provider, NATS.
Airways New Zealand has been awarded a major World Bank funded contract by the Samoa Airport Authority to assist with the upgrade of air traffic management systems and infrastructure at Faleolo International Airport.
Air navigation service providers across Europe have signed an agreement signalling the route towards single, unified airspace which could cut delays and costs to airlines.