Air Traffic Management - Issue 1801 2018

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COVER STORY

WELCOME TO THE MILLENNIUM WORKFORCE
The younger generation of air traffic controllers, pilots and technicians who grew up with the internet, touchscreens and smartphones differ from previous generations who grew up without that technology. So, what are their career aspirations, attitudes to work, and expectations in using new technology? Knowing the answers may go a long way to help harness the culture of the 21st century workplace. Featuring the Millennium Leadership Survey p29.

Also in this Special Report:

Research psychologist Dr Dana Broach explains some key findings on the next generation of US air traffic controllers

The US FAA is changing the way training is conducted to meet the needs of Millennials, explains Abigail Smith

Mark Boguski examines the training profile of one member of the next generation of air traffic controllers

ATM interviews both Kerstin Sjöbeck and Anna-Karin Sogndal of the Entry Point North Academy

NEWS

Airports urge swift drafting of European drone rulebook; NAVBLUE, Honeywell team on runway safety; FAA confirms plans to test NVS in 2018

ANZ, NATS, CAAS team on long haul delays; Belgocontrol signals opportunities for new stakeholders

Aireon completes flight tests, strikes ASECNA deal; Swift completion for SECSI Free Route project; ENAV latest to partner IATA in airspace strategy planning

ADS-B remains cyber risk to US military aircraft; DFS confirms Frequentis remote tower solution

FEATURES

COMMENT
Eamonn Brennan, the new director general of Eurocontrol, argues that the agency needs to be at the centre of European aviation

BUSINESS MODELS I
Bob Poole insists it’s crunch time for ATC corporatisation in the US

BUSINESS MODELS II
Ian Thompson reports on union perspectives on the impact of ANSP competition and structural changes to engineering roles following new research

ANSP FOCUS NATS’
London Terminal Control is progressively implementing a project that replaces paper-based flight progress strips with an electronic system

TECHNOLOGY
Inmarsat explains how SwiftBroadband Safety is destined to reach new heights in 2018

LAST WORD
The FAA’s chief scientist Steve Bradford says the time has come for Time-Based Management