The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic results for March showing strong demand growth led by emerging markets with all regions showing gains. Total traffic rose 5.9% compared to March 2012.
Part of the rise may be… Continue reading
Airbus ProSky is taking a high-profile role in developing Europe’s first airspace simulation platform that will be available to the aviation sector – which is called Shared Virtual Sky, and allows for accelerated innovation as well as the ability to… Continue reading
Lockheed Martin Demonstrates SESAR and NextGen Technologies at the World Air Traffic Management Congress
MADRID, Feb. 12, 2013 – Lockheed Martin [NYSE: LMT] is presenting its safety and efficiency enhancing air traffic control technology demonstrations at the Civil Air Navigation Services Organization (CANSO) World Air Traffic Management (ATM) Congress.
“The SESAR and NextGen… Continue reading
Passenger flows through Dubai’s main airport jumped 13.2 percent last year, helping the airport overtake Hong Kong to become the world’s third busiest for international passenger traffic, airport authorities said on Monday.
Dubai’s passenger traffic surged to 57.68 million… Continue reading
Figures for December 2012 show traffic decreasing by 5.6%, the lowest level of monthly traffic for five years. When it comes to delays, total Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM) delays decreased by 2.1% compared with December 2011, with a… Continue reading
Major progress has been made with SESAR’s System Wide Information Management (SWIM), the intranet of the future Air Traffic Management System. At the 2nd SWIM Demonstration day, on 15 November 2012, airports, weather & volcanic ash information providers, airlines… Continue reading
Geneva – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global traffic results for September showing a continued slowdown in the rate of traffic growth. Demand for passenger traffic was 4.1% above the level of September 2011. For air cargo, demand… Continue reading
International Day of the Controller: A nice opportunity to reflect on the hard work of Air Traffic Controllers
“It’s a nice opportunity to reflect on the hard work of controllers,… Continue reading
Our latest News Digest shows that after three years of downturn and stagnation, European air traffic trends showed a welcome return to growth. In 2011, MUAC handled more than 1.5 million flights, achieving a new traffic record of 5,163 flights… Continue reading
While passenger demand was 4.5% ahead of levels in May 2011, growth was virtually flat compared… Continue reading