Air Traffic Management - Issue 1901 2019

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NEWS

Metron secures ATFM contract from Airservices Australia
Nav Canada staying ahead of the curve with Fusion

Germany’s DFS wins Ryanair legal dispute over ‘overweight’ 737s
United States elevates security concerns, signals tighter drone regulations

Industry’s digital pioneers pursue advances in efficiency, capacity and safety
Argentina’s EANA investment plan picks up pace with planned $85 million spend

ASECNA launches study to offer satellite navigation services
Russia to start developing free route, flexible airspace

European aviation will fail to meet climate change threat on current performance

NEWS FEATURE

Impact of shutdown on US ATC to be felt for years

FEATURES

REGIONAL FOCUS
Although a region with only moderate traffic levels, the South Pacific is an area where different commercial interests are competing for control of the upper airspace, highlighting problems that need to be overcome to more efficiently manage oceanic airspace

ANS PRICING
Ian Thompson examines the merits of an alternative pricing structure for air navigation services that focuses on creating a market for airspace access

MAKING PROGRESS
When Australia committed to developing an integrated civil-military air traffic management system in 2015, it acknowledged the complexity of the mission. ATM magazine offers an update on the programme

SURVEILLANCE SPECIAL REPORT
Communication, Navigation and Surveillance infrastructure will remain the cornerstone for any future development in both traditional ATM and the unmanned U-Space but what will tomorrow’s surveillance system look like?

COVER STORY: THE DIGITAL TOWER
ATM magazine examines how leading players in remote technology space are progressing and questions whether the huge investment going into this digital technology is worth the return

LAST WORD
IATA’s Rafael Schvartzman discusses why European ATM and airlines should come together and help optimise airspace for both the short and long term