News, issues, personnel, equipment and developments about air traffic management.
A revised FAA document offers expand guidance on what aircraft approach categories pilots should use for instrument procedures.
ICAO has revised its North Atlantic operations and airspace manual, and flight planner OpsGroup is helping pilots make sense of the changes via a summary.
The installation of modern navigation aids ends a 30-year interruption of full air traffic control operations over Somalia and the surrounding region.
The acquisition of ADS-B Exchange enables JetNet to expand into real-time flight data while ADS-B Exchange said it can maintain its unfiltered data.
IT personnel failed to follow procedure while working on the computer system that generates Notams, according to the FAA.
NBAA said the industry has been pushing for improvements and enhanced redundancies for the Notam system for four years.
Investigations into the latest air transport system meltdown in the U.S. begin as traffic flows return to normal after a software glitch grounds flights.
The aircraft maker's DragonFly technology could enable automated diversions in response to medical emergencies and improve safety at busy airports.
Normal airline operations resumed at about 9 a.m. after a failure of the U.S. notam system forced the cancellation of some 850 flights.
Europe saw air traffic increase to 83 percent of 2019 levels at the end of last year.