Air Traffic Management - Issue 1 2017

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NEWS
Aireon rejigs Iridium payments on successful launch;
Bahamas strike landmark airspace FAA deal

NEWS
European ANSPS to work with airline lobby over strike impact;
First flights controlled with France’s advanced 4-FLIGHT

NEWS
New DFS division to bundle commercial activities;
Finavia investigates air navigation spin-off;
FAA launches Atlantic Coast PBN route

NEWS
Europe readies for remote progress;
Brazil seeks PPP partner to manage ATC comms

NEWS
Inmarsat bids to extend global reach of Iris Precursor;
US to smooth global adoption of 4D trajectory flight

COMMENT
Bob Poole suspects opponents to the corporatisation of the United States Air Traffic Organization are becoming desperate

ANSP FOCUS
Japan’s JANS discusses the challenges of preparing for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic-Paralympic Games and beyond

DATA COMMUNICATIONS
The Federal Aviation Administration’s David Hughes discusses how cutting edge testing is supporting Data Comm success

AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION
Jeremy VanDomelen argues that overcoming the many interoperability challenges in the ATM digital revolution may require a new approach

SPACE-BASED SURVEILLANCE
Dorothy Robyn and Kevin Neels present an economic perspective on space-based ADS-B technology

UTM SPECIAL REPORT
Air Traffic Management interviews innovators in the field of UTM who potentially hold the answer to providing technologies and frameworks that can provide the new unmanned industry with a safe and sustainable future

COVER STORY: INNOVATION INSIGHT 2017
Air Traffic Management proudly presents its first ever Innovation Insight, an examination of the many critical technology issues facing the European ATM industry. Industry leaders share their business perspectives on innovation and technology diffusion and offer valuable insights into how best to deliver the improvement needed by the region’s air transport network. Featuring Paul Ravenhill’s expert synthesis of the survey findings

LAST WORD
Maurizio Castelletti argues that Europe still needs to do more on integrating its operating airspace