Category Archives: Air Traffic Control

Gatwick Expansion ‘Remains Only Deliverable Option’

Responding to the Airports Commission Final Report on July 1, Gatwick Airport said it remained confident that it will still be chosen for expansion as … More ››

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Davies Report Recommends Third Runway for Heathrow

The UK’s Airports Commission, led by Sir Howard Davies, has recommended a third runway should be built at London’s Heathrow. The commission’s report describes the … More ››

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Edinburgh Airport Officially Launches Airspace Trial

Edinburgh Airport officially launched its new Airspace Trial on June 25 which involves a percentage of aircraft departing in a westerly direction take a different … More ››

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Transatlantic Expansion

DELTA AIR LINES and Virgin Atlantic are to expand their co-operation after announcing they will fly a combined 39 return transatlantic flights a day to … More ››

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Easyjet to Require Two Crew on Flightdeck at All Times

UK low-cost carrier Easyjet has announced it will require two crew members to be in the cockpit of its aircraft at all times whilst airborne. … More ››

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Airlines Choose Routes in Scottish Airspace Change

Airlines are able to choose their own direct routes through parts of Scottish airspace from March 5 with the introduction a new technique to cut … More ››

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New Spanish Airport Opens

Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy officially opened Spain’s newest commercial airport on January 8, 2015. Andorra-La Seu Airport will shortly receive commercial flights of 45/50 seat … More ››

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NATS CEO Urges new Approach on Europe

Addressing European transport ministers in Rome last week, Richard Deakin, the Chief Executive of UK air traffic services provider NATS, urged the European Commission to … More ››

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Delta Celebrates 10th Anniversary of ‘Breast Cancer One’ Survivor Flight

Delta Air Lines’ annual ‘Breast Cancer One’ employee survivor flight took place on September 29, kicking off the airline’s month-long campaign to generate awareness and … More ››

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Manston’s Airport Equipment to be Auctioned

Equipment and infrastructure from the recently-closed Manston Airport in Kent will be sold by auction on July 30-31. The equipment listed for sale by auctioneer … More ››

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