Air Traffic Management - Issue 3 2017

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ANSP FOCUS
Italian air navigation service provider Enav has a strategic interest in supporting the reconstruction of Libya’s aviation infrastructure

HUMAN PERFORMANCE
Experts are studying the effect of new automated technologies on controller performance, stress and focus, as well as the non-safety related impact on costs when controllers become fatigued

COVER STORY: US SPECIAL REPORT FEATURING THE INSIGHT SURVEY 2017
As NextGen approaches its midterm, Air Traffic Management magazine in its first US INSIGHT SURVEY canvasses industry opinion as to whether the multi-billion dollar ATC modernisation programme really will deliver. Also, read how a new flight interval management tool and weather data system are set to revolutionise NextGen operations plus how the United States is synchronising NextGen with global modernisation efforts

TRAINING & SIMULATION SPECIAL REPORT
Air Traffic Management magazine investigates some of the exciting trends and approaches to this vital aspect of air traffic management

LAST WORD
IFALPA’s Captain Robert ‘Rip’ Torn offers a pilot’s view of how ATM technology is changing the way this profession operates

News

> Europe sees free route ambition intensify
> Russia’s modernisation strategy to cost €3 billion

> Question marks over Brexit impacting regulatory planning
> skyguide pioneers how Europe’s U-Space will take shape

> European airline industry hits out at impact of ATM capacity shortage on travelling public
> Maastricht centre delivers in 2016 but looks for more resources to meet expected demand
> World first for Belgocontrol’s weather data service

DSNA takes cross border efficiency to the x-Stream

> Argentina drafts major aviation upgrade plan
> DFS secures go-ahead to train controllers for UK

COMMENT
Bob Poole chronicles the latest developments as the US ATC corporation battle continues

VIEWPOINT
Frequentis’ Hannu Juurakko asks whether air navigation service providers are ready for outsourced networks