Category Archives: Air Traffic Control

IATA: European Air Traffic Control Delays Loom over Summer Air Travel

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on the governments and air navigation service providers of Europe to address the region’s airspace bottlenecks, as … More ››

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Stansted Airport Plays Host to Air Force One

London Stansted Airport is playing host to the famous US Presidential aircraft known as Air Force One today (July 12).   US President Donald Trump arrived … More ››

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Bristol Airport Publishes Draft Noise Action Plan   

Bristol Airport has announced that it is seeking feedback on a new Draft Noise Action Plan which sets out actions it will take to control, … More ››

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UK Aviation Industry Marks Five Years of Progress Against Noise 

Sustainable Aviation – the coalition of UK airlines, airports, aerospace manufacturers and leading air traffic service providers – has revealed the results of investments in … More ››

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Airport Performance is Amongst Passengers’ Priorities

Air traffic services provider NATS says almost a fifth of people would travel further to fly from a specific airport to get better service.  The … More ››

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MPs Back Heathrow Expansion – Again

Controversial plans to build a third runway at London’s Heathrow airport have won majority support from MPs after a four-hour debate in Parliament. The government … More ››

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Junior Trade Minister Resigns Over Heathrow Expansion

The UK’s junior trade minister, Greg Hands MP, has resigned from the government so that he can oppose the expansion of Heathrow Airport. Parliament is … More ››

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Aalborg Airport Upgrades to CAT III ILS Status

On Friday May 25th Aalborg Airport (IATA:AAL), Denmark, achieved CAT III Instrument Landing System status by using its new NORMARC landing system from Indra Navia. … More ››

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Norway’s First Electric-Powered Flight

On June 18, Ketil Solvik-Olsen, Norway’s Minister of Transport and Communications and airport operator Avinor’s CEO, Dag Falk-Petersen, took part in Norway’s first electric-powered flight. … More ››

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Air Tattoo Takes RAF100 ‘International’

One of the biggest public demonstrations of RAF air and ground capability will be on display at this summer’s Royal International Air Tattoo as part … More ››

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