Category Archives: Air Traffic Control

Bahrain Upgrades to CAT II Instrument Landing System

Bahrain’s aviation regulator, Civil Aviation Affairs (CAA), in cooperation with Bahrain Airport Company (BAC), the management company of Bahrain International Airport has announced the completion … More ››

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Busiest Summer Ever for UK Air Traffic Controllers

UK navigation service provider NATS has said this summer’s skies were the busiest on record. NATS figures recorded that just over 736,800 commercial aircraft flew … More ››

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Ryanair Cancels 190 Flights Scheduled for September 28

Ryanair has advised customers that it has pre-cancelled 190 (8%) of its 2,400 scheduled flights on Friday September 28 due to what it described as “a … More ››

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ACI World Publishes 2018 World Airport Traffic Report

Airports Council International (ACI) World has published the 2018 edition of its annual World Airport Traffic Report (WATR) which found that global passenger and cargo … More ››

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San Francisco Announces Weekend Closure of Runway Intersection for Maintenance

The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) has announced a weekend closure at the intersection of two runways to perform maintenance work.  The activity will occur … More ››

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Airlines Swap Terminals at Hamburg

As part of a new terminal plan at Hamburg Airport, several airlines changed terminals during the night of September 18 to 19.  Eurowings has moved … More ››

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Southeast US Airports Braced for Hurricane Florence

More than 1,000 pre-emptive flight cancellations have been made as airports in the southeast United States await the arrival of Hurricane Florence.  Although the storm … More ››

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New Aviation Security Course Launched

The training arm of the UK Civil Aviation Authority (UK CAA), CAA International (CAAi), has announced a new Security Management Systems (SeMS) two-day training course. … More ››

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Stansted Records Busiest Summer Ever

London Stansted has passed the rolling 27 million passengers a year milestone for the first time in its history following its busiest ever month and … More ››

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The “Shark” E190-E2 Arrives in Europe for the Demonstration Tour

Following a tour in Africa and in the US, Embraer is now beginning the European and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) part of the … More ››

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