The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration warned on Monday that air travelers should expect "wide-ranging delays" because of staffing cuts at air-traffic control facilities, and the agency is using traffic management plans at airports around the country to address the problem.
With the London Olympic Games set to start on 27 July 2012, air traffic management players are gearing up to ensure the safe and expeditious flow of traffic across the network. During the Olympics, air traffic in FABEC’s airspace is expected to go up by approximately 200 flights per day.
CANSO has welcomed MovingDot as one of their new associate members: we feel privileged to have become part of a renowned international community of air navigation service providers and related companies.
Air Traffic Control The Netherlands has created a system that prevents collisions of aircraft on take-off and landing runways. On Friday 21 October LVNL presented the Runway Incursion Alerting System Schiphol (RIASS) with co-developers the National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR) and Schiphol Airport.
CANSO, the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation, has today announced the appointment of Mr Paul Riemens as Chairman of the CANSO Executive Committee. He succeeds Interim Chairman Mr Eamonn Brennan effective immediately.
The Deutsche Flugsicherung DFS contracts MovingDot for the project management of the FABEC Implementation Project Luxembourg. DFS is the “Foster ANSP” within the FABEC Standing Committee Operations to lead the development and implementation of a redesign of the most complex airspace structure in the core area of Europe.
Exactly a year ago an Islandic ash cloud brought the greater part of the European Air Transport system to a grinding halt, but a system to detect ash clouds is on the verge of being certified by EASA. The Airborne Volcanic Object Identifier and Detector (AVOID) is currently tested in the Far East and Alaska, reports easyJet, which supports the development of the system.