The aviation industry is booming. The number of planes in the sky continues to climb (IATA, 2018), while almost all airports in the world with over 20 million passengers per year are either congested or will face capacity issues in the next 10 years.
An innovative air traffic control system that dynamically separates arriving aircraft by time instead of distance is being installed at the Toronto Area Control Centre to help improve flight punctuality at Canada’s busiest airport, Toronto Pearson.
We maybe just coming out of winter, but the Chicago Department of Aviation is already thinking about the next one, announcing that it has acquired 36 snow sweepers from Boschung.
It’s no surprise to anyone working in aviation that the growing use of drones has caused an upsurge in near-miss reports and increased the risk of disrupting or even colliding with air traffic, writes Siete Hamminga.
A $256 million project to reconstruct Runway 3L/21R at Detroit Metropolitan Airport’s (DTW) and its associated taxiways is to begin on April 1.
New Zealand’s first remotely operated digital air traffic control tower is a step closer to reality following the award of a contract to global technology provider Frequentis to develop a digital system for Invercargill Airport.
Istanbul New Airport, the €10.2 billion mega hub being built on the outskirts of the city, is now 80% complete and yesterday celebrated turning on the lights of the first of its three runways.
Budapest Airport's remote ATC tower is ready for take-off after being given the green light by the Hungarian Civil Aviation Authority.
The rehabilitation of Ireland’s longest runway, at Shannon Airport, is proving a triumph of logistics as the equivalent of one football pitch is re-laid between dusk and dawn each night, the airport has revealed.
ADB SAFEGATE is to provide 35,000 intelligent LED airfield runway and taxiway lights and a host of visual aids for Istanbul New Airport, which is set to open in late 2018 and is expected to eventually become the world’s biggest gateway handling in excess of 200 million passengers yearly.