Air Traffic Control

Wind Of Change?

December 8, 2010 0

NEWCASTLE INTERNATIONAL Airport in the north east of England is claiming to be one of the first facilities in the world to develop a Radar Blanking Strategy which could enable a number of renewable energy […]

Air Traffic Control

Thales Wins Zagreb Contract

September 17, 2010 0

ON MAY 27th, the Croatian air navigation service provider Croatia Control Ltd and Thales signed two contracts.  They related to the supply and installation of both primary and secondary STAR 2000/RSM 970 S radars at […]

Air Traffic Control

Garuda Selects Aircom

June 21, 2010 0

ON JUNE 9 Garuda Indonesia announced the selection of air transport communications specialist, SITA, to provide AIRCOM Datalink Services for its growing fleet of aircraft as part of its Quantum Leap modernisation plan which includes […]

Air Traffic Control

ADS-B In Mexico

March 11, 2010 0

THE US FAA has announced that air traffic controllers in Houston, Texas, have started using ADS-B for flights over the Gulf of Mexico.  An ADS-B-equipped aircraft determines its own position using a global navigation satellite […]

Air Traffic Control

NATS Appoints New CEO

February 11, 2010 0

UK AIR TRAFFIC services provider NATS has appointed Richard Deakin as its new Chief Executive. Mr Deakin, aged 45, is currently Senior Vice President at Thales Air Systems Division and will take up his new […]

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Cambridge To Provide Coventry ATS

June 12, 2009 0

At the end of April, Marshall Airport Cambridge (MAC) officially took over responsibility for the provision of Air Traffic Services at Coventry Airport in a contract which enables MAC to manage all air traffic control, […]

Air Traffic Control

Thales UK Wins Manchester Contract

June 12, 2009 0

Thales UK’s facility in Chessington has signed a contract to supply and install two Cat III 420 Instrument Landing Systems (ILS)*1 and a Distance Measuring Equipment (DME)*2 to Manchester Airport.  Thales now has orders for […]