• AirMap supports Czech UTM

    Air Navigation Services of the Czech Republic (ANS CR) has chosen the AirMap for Drones mobile app for nationwide unmanned aircraft system (UAS) traffic management (UTM). Initially, the AirMap for Drones solution will be used to manage flight authorisations in controlled airspace around Václav

  • OneSky ASR-NG rollout progresses

    German manufacturer Hensoldt expects the first of its Airport Surveillance Radar – New Generation (ASR-NG) air traffic control radars for the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) to enter service in November 2018. The company is supplying nine ASR-NGs to the RAAF, as part of the OneSky

  • Eurocontrol seeks industry support for UTM R&D dashboard

    Eurocontrol has issued an industry tender in search of a partner to maintain, manage, and update its research and development (R&D) dashboard for UTM. The deadline for bids is 24 August. Eurocontrol noted the need for support as it strives to develop airspace management processes and

  • Cranfield digital tower to use R&S IP comms

    Rohde & Schwarz (R&S) is to provide its R&S VCS-4G IP voice communications system for the new digital air traffic control tower at Cranfield University in the United Kingdom. “With our system, Cranfield has chosen a seamless and fully-integrated solution, which addresses the

  • RECAT-EU makes its German debut

    German air navigation service provider DFS is trialling the RECAT-EU European wake vortex recategorisation separation standard for a year at freight hub Leipzig-Halle Airport. RECAT-EU enables three additional approaches per hour at Leipzig-Halle, where air cargo volume increased by 8.2% in 2017

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  • BNIA aligns with regional growth plan

    Beijing will operate two hub airports from 30 September 2019, as Chinese authorities pursue a regional economic development strategy In December 2017, the Chinese National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) co-published a strategy paper called
  • Textron launches TUG Alpha 4

    Textron Ground Support Equipment (GSE) has added another conventional pushback tractor to its product range. The TUG Alpha 4 is the first in a new series of pushback vehicles. It is suitable for moving aircraft up to the A340 and B-747, with a maximum gross vehicle weight of 120,000 lb (54,430 kg)



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