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9. Why Everybody Has a Stake in European Airspace Modernization
IATA has published a study projecting a one million-job and EUR245 billion boost to European prosperity in 2035 from airspace modernization. Europe is well-served by air connectivity, which today supports 11.7 million European jobs and $860 billion of European GDP. But it is inefficient. Average flights are nearly 50 kilometers longer than they need to be in terms of distance trave
10. Boeing to Provide Airport and Airspace Modeling Services in Turkey
Boeing has signed a Technical Assistance Agreement with iGA Havalimani Isletmesi A.S. (IGA), the developer and operator of Istanbul New Airport. Through the agreement, Boeing subsidiary Jeppesen will provide its Total Airport and Airspace Modeler (TAAM) solution to assist IGA and DHMI, Turkeys General Directorate of State Airports Authority. This group will support the development
11. Inmarsat and ESA Complete First Test Flights for Iris Precursor
Inmarsat has completed the first flight trials for Iris Precursor, a ground-breaking project to enhance and modernise air traffic management over European airspace. Iris Precursor focuses on the development and deployment of secure satellite-based data link communications to significantly optimise European airspace capacity, leading to overall reductions in flight times, fuel burn
12. New Airbus Cabins to be More Relaxing, Inspiring, Beautiful and Functional
Airbus has launched Airspace by Airbus, a new cabin brand. The new cabins will have larger overhead storage bins, more spacious and contemporary lavatories, wider seats and aisles, as well as unobstructed under-seat foot space. All Airspace cabins will also use the latest LED technology ambient lighting and have a customizable welcome area.
13. American Airlines First Retrofit Customer for Airbus New Airspace XL Bins
American Airlines (AAL) has chosen Services by Airbus to provide cabin upgrades for 202 of its A321s in-service the largest retrofit project in Airbus history. The airline will be the first retrofit customer for Airbus new Airspace XL bins. The larger bins provide a 40% increase in storage space for carry-on bags, reducing bin crowding and the need to check bags at the gate, all
14. SITA Enables Seamless Data Link Service for Indonesian Airspace
Aircraft flying into Indonesian airspace will soon be able to make use of enhanced air-to-ground communications with a new seamless air-to-ground data link service from air transport communications specialist, SITA. Airline crews and controllers in the Jakarta Flight Information Region (FIR) will soon use the new technology, which replaces voice services, to exchange Air Traffic Co
15. X Jets Calls for Streamlining of Traffic in Upper Airspace
X Jets, a joint venture between Private Jet Charter and Jet Connections, has said that streamlining the traffic in the Middle Easts upper airspace would be a powerful catalyst to the regions aviation sector. X Jets, which has reported strong response to its aircraft management options, is upbeat on the growth prospects of the regions private jet industry in 2016.
16. New Flights Grounded by Volcanic Ash Fear
New Flights Grounded by Volcanic Ash Fear. Just as you were beginning to believe the worse of the Volcanic Ash misery was over, and most stranded passengers had returned safely home, a worrying message emerged from the Irish Aviation Authority stating that it was to close its airspace. As this new volcanic ash disruption is, as it was before, a very dynamic situation, we will updat

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