• Halmstad seeks ATS supplier

    The municipal authority for the Swedish city of Halmstad is seeking an air traffic services (ATS) supplier for the local airport. An invitation to tender was issued on 13 April, with a deadline of 5 June for responses. The ATS contract for Halmstad City Airport will run from 1 January 2019 to 31

  • Netherlands picks Selex DME

    Dutch air navigation service provider LVNL has awarded Selex ES Inc a sole-source contract to supply Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) and ancillary equipment, either co-located with an en route beacon or with an Instrument Landing System for the terminal area. The contract has a 13-year base

  • Hawaiian begins to use SB-S

    Inmarsat confirmed on 17 April that its SwiftBroadband-Safety (SB-S) high-speed communications platform has entered operational service with Hawaiian Airlines. United Airlines and Shenzhen Airlines are also conducting in-flight evaluations of SB-S. For air navigation service providers, SB-S

  • Nokia expands customer base

    Nokia reports that more than 12 air navigation service provider (ANSP) customers now use its NOKIA 7704 Service Aggregation Router (SAR) to provide an interface between multiple ground-to-ground communications systems. ANSPs such as skyguide (Switzerland), Isavia (Iceland), and Avinor (Norway) use

  • SITAONAIR invests in multi-frequency network

    SITAONAIR has reported significant progress over the past 18 months in upgrading datalink ground infrastructure in Europe. More than 208 VHF Data Link (VDL) Mode 2 stations with multi-frequency Model B capability have been deployed to date in 28 countries, capable of supporting air/ground

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  • Changi T5 project progresses with contractor selection

    On 13 April Changi Airport Group (CAG) unveiled three master consultant teams to provide architectural design and engineering consultancy services for the new Terminal 5 (T5) at Singapore Changi, as well as the satellite terminal, ground transportation centre, and main landside access road. At the
  • Biometrics bear a varied burden

    Governments use biometrics to boost border protection, but there are also benefits for airports and airlines in terms of passenger processing and operational efficiency Biometric solutions are being tested for their potential to bolster security at US airports and handle the increasing number of



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