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FAA breaks ground for new Air Traffic Control Tower at Piedmont Triad International Airport

mm Chief Assignment Editor- June 5, 2019

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) held a groundbreaking ceremony today for a new Air Traffic Control ... Read More

Maritime security the Seychelles way

mm Alain St.Ange- May 25, 2019

Africa’s smallest nation is setting a standard for safe sustainable seas through the prosecution of pirates, international maritime cooperation, and ... Read More

Airbus to exhibit at Canada’s global defense and security trade show

mm Chief Assignment Editor- May 24, 2019

On May 29 and 30, at the EY Centre in Ottawa, Ontario, Airbus will display a wide range of innovative ... Read More

Embraer Praetor 600 now triple-certified by EASA and FAA

mm Chief Assignment Editor- May 21, 2019

Embraer announced today that the company's new Praetor 600 super-midsize business jet was granted its Type Certificate by EASA (European ... Read More

ATTES: Changing the Face of Africa together with the African Tourism Board

mm Dr. Darlington Muzeza- May 14, 2019

The African Tourism Board is planning to partner with Africa’s Trade, Transport and Energy Summit  (ATTES) to make sure travel and tourism ... Read More

No survivors: 11 people killed in Mexico private jet crash

mm Chief Assignment Editor- May 6, 2019

The wreckage of a private jet en route from Las Vegas to Monterrey, Mexico, has been located in a mountainous ... Read More

Pilots frantic search for fix while Boeing Max8 went down

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- March 20, 2019

Ethiopian Airlines and Lions Air most likely have the same deadly scenario accordsidng to a report Reuters today reported about ... Read More

Why did Qatar Airways Flight 968 drop from radar and go on an erratic path?

editor editor- March 20, 2019

Qatar Airways flight #968 from Doha, Qatar, to Hanoi, Vietnam, declared an emergency when approaching Hanoi on today’s scheduled flight. ... Read More

Boston on fire: What happened?

editor editor- March 16, 2019

A fire in East Boston is so big and the smoke plumes are so large, that doppler radar is picking ... Read More

The 11 Best Beach Destinations for Summer 2019

editor editor- March 14, 2019

It may not feel like it outside, but the summer of 2019 is just around the corner. And there’s no ... Read More

Crashed: Ethiopian Airlines ET302 Addis Ababa to Nairobi

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- March 10, 2019

Star Alliance carrier Ethiopian Airlines is reporting a fatal accident and crash. The jet is a brand new Boeing 737 ... Read More

Europe’s most successful B2B luxury travel show opens new site in Prague from June 2-5, 2019

editor editor- February 19, 2019

The loop concept has proven itself over the years as a consistent value proposition for carefully determined markets.  It stands ... Read More

IBTM Arabia: Measuring the value of events

mm Chief Assignment Editor- February 11, 2019

Answering the question ‘What value does an event have?’ can be challenging – how do you measure something where the ... Read More

Airbus readies massive presence at Aero India

mm Chief Assignment Editor- February 11, 2019

From flying and static displays of its best-in-class products to showcasing its cutting-edge aerospace services, Airbus has planned one of ... Read More

IBTM Arabia announces networking program for 2019 event

mm Chief Assignment Editor- February 4, 2019

IBTM Arabia, part of IBTM’s global portfolio of meetings and events industry trade shows, has announced first details of the ... Read More

Transcript for NACTA Red Alert: How safe is flying during U.S. government shut down?

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- January 24, 2019

The FAA is looking for experienced air traffic controllers. This is already true in normal times. Today the NACTA website ... Read More

Shutdown solidarity: Teamsters deliver lunch to unpaid air traffic controllers

mm Chief Assignment Editor- January 18, 2019

Yesterday, as a gesture of union solidarity, members of the Teamsters Local 357 Executive Board led a group of Teamsters ... Read More

UK plans to deploy drone detection systems

Juergen T Steinmetz Juergen T Steinmetz- December 25, 2018

After drones crippled London Gatwick airport during busy Holiday Christmas traffic, detection systems may now be deployed across the UK ... Read More

Air Traffic Control training takes off in Kuwait

editor editor- December 22, 2018

As part of the joint venture partnership agreement, Airways New Zealand is providing a one-year training program at ACK for ... Read More

6 people killed in Democratic Republic of Congo plane crash

mm Chief Assignment Editor- December 21, 2018

A Russian-made plane with 23 people were onboard crashed in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Gomair’s An-26 plane, which had ... Read More

Fed up with the 9-5? Best global cities to be a digital nomad

editor editor- December 7, 2018

Recent analysis by online home rental company Spotahome has standardised the latest city and country-level data available. Read More

Revealed: The highest road in every U.S. state

editor editor- December 6, 2018

Geotab, a global leader in IoT and connected transportation, has launched a new study analyzing U.S. road data to identify ... Read More

Major Washington regional radar facility temporarily closes busy airspace due to shoestring staffing

editor editor- June 21, 2009

The Federal Aviation Administration on Friday evening was forced to close several air corridors above eastern North Carolina for 30 ... Read More

Airports testing radar that could spot birds

editor editor- January 28, 2009

NEW YORK – Some of the nation's busiest airports will soon begin testing experimental radar systems designed to track flocks ... Read More

FAA plans to separate radar and tower functions at Orlando International Airport

editor editor- January 1, 2009

ORLANDO, FL - Despite vocal opposition from a bipartisan Florida Congressional delegation to the Federal Aviation Administration's plan to separate ... Read More

Israelis stuck in Georgia

editor editor- August 12, 2008

An Israeli airline said radar failure at the Tbilisi airport would prevent it from evacuating Israelis from Georgia. Read More