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97. Preston Software Used for Schiphol Airport Study
Preston Software Used for Schiphol Airport Study.
98. CAAS Signs Agreements to Advance Air Traffic Management R&D in Singapore
A key milestone in the plans to build Singapore as a Centre of Excellence for Air Traffic Management (ATM) was achieved this week as the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) sealed four foundational collaboration agreements with leading American and European organisations. The four organisations - the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), SESAR Joint Undertaking (SESAR JU)
99. Global Standards, Cooperation and Data Key to Keeping Aviation Safe
IATA has urged aviation safety stakeholders to reinforce their commitment to a safety framework based on global standards, cooperation and dialogue, and effective use of data. Speaking at the IATA Safety and Flight Operations Conference in Seoul, de Juniac identified air accident investigations as a key area where greater cooperation on global standards is needed:
100. IATA Condemns Strike Action by French Air Traffic Controllers
IATA has strongly condemned the strike action by French air traffic controllers which targets vacationers at the start of the busy summer holiday season. One of Frances largest unions for air traffic controllers called for a six-day strike to begin on 24 June. This coincides with the first major travel weekend of the busy European summer holiday season. The strikes are in protest
101. ATC Unveils Details of Upcoming Beijing Conference
Air traffic management professionals from across the globe will be meeting in Beijing at the ATC Global exhibition and conference on 17-19 September 2014. Running for its 24th year with full backing from Chinas Air Navigation Service provider (ATMB) and Chinas Aviation Regulator (CAAC), ATC Global will facilitate business partnerships and knowledge sharing between colleagues from
102. Honeywell and Hughes Making a Difference in Tacloban, Philippines
The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines has signed a formal agreement with Honeywell Aerospace and Hughes Aerospace Corporation to develop performance-based navigation procedures for Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport in Tacloban that will enable safer, more reliable and consistent operations under all weather conditions. The new navigation procedures will be used to improve aid,
103. ICAO and Partners to Establish Senior-Level Task Force on Threats to Flight Safety
Aviation industry leaders meeting with ICAO in Montreal on 29 July 2014 expressed their strong condemnation of the misuse of military weapons targeting civil aviation. ICAO with the support of its industry partners has agreed to immediately establish a senior-level Task Force to determine how the right information and intelligence on potential threats to flight safety can be collec
104. Air Travel Demand Continues to Improve; IATA Reports September 2013 Traffic
According to date compiled by IATA, global passenger traffic results for September 2013 show a continuation of the strong demand trend despite a slight slowdown from August. Total revenue passenger kilometers (RPKs) rose 5.5% compared to September 2012. Capacity increased at a slightly lower pace at 5.3% over the same period. The load factor in September (80.3%) was largely in line

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