HEADLINES ARCHIVE

  • Shortlist revealed for IHS Jane’s ATC Awards 2016

    With seven weeks to go before the winners of the IHS Jane's ATC Awards 2016 are announced, the judging panel has narrowed down 46 entries across six categories. Winners and shortlisted nominees for the IHS Jane's ATC Awards 2016 will be recognised at the awards ceremony on 7 March, held during the

  • Suspected MH370 wreckage found off Madagascar

    Aircraft experts are currently examining aircraft wreckage that could be from missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. The debris was found about 4,000 km from the official search zone off Australia's west coast. The 2 m aircraft wing piece discovered on the French island of La Réunion off

  • MH370 search comes under fire

    Search efforts to find Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 have come under attack from a French salvage expert, provoking a fierce response from the Australian Transport Safety Bureau (ATSB). Former French naval officer Paul-Henry Nargeolet, who worked on the recovery of the Air France flight 447, has

  • Big hitters hover over Mopa

    The request for qualifications to build, operate, and transfer a second airport for Goa has attracted interest from major firms - but the rationale behind the greenfield development is open to question. As reported by IHS Jane's in February 2015, the concessionaire will operate the airport at Mopa

  • Pakistan faces tough security challenges

    The Airports Security Force forms the cornerstone of aviation infrastructure protection in Pakistan Airports in Pakistan are adding security measures as they face the constant threat of terrorist attacks. The terminal facing the largest threat is Bacha Khan International Airport in Peshawar, the

  • Bali incident elicits effective response

    Virgin Australia Airlines reported a flight emergency after a male passenger attempted to gain access to the cockpit of a Brisbane-Bali flight on 25 April. The intoxicated and aggressive passenger banged on the door of the cockpit but did not enter, according to the airline. Crew members seized the

  • INTAS enters service at Adelaide

    Adelaide has become the third airport in Australia to implement the Integrated Tower Automation Suite (INTAS) of controller tools from Saab and Nav Canada. The INTAS solution is designed to support any tower position (local, ground, clearance or supervisor), and be scalable to any size of tower,

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