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ATCEUC and ETF write to the Commissioner Violeta Bulc about the survey on the provision of "minimum services in ATM" through Europe
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2016-07-25
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The plenary session of the European Parliament, held on February 16th, 2017, in Strasbourg, has approved the Aviation Strategy for Europe.
The full text can be downloaded here
http://www.atceuc.org/uploads/docs/aviation-strategy-text-adopted.pdf
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The critical issues affecting the integration of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) into US airspace will be assessed through the work of three important groups within the Drone Advisory Committee (DAC).

The DAC was formed to allow stakeholders from industry, academia, and government to advise the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on the integration of UAS into the national airspace and advise on the prioritisation of FAA efforts and rule-making.

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FABEC air traffic controllers guided 5.79 million flights safely and punctually through the region’s airspace.

The airspace of the six FABEC states of Belgium, France, Germany, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Switzerland is one of the busiest and most complex in the world. The majority of major European airports, major civil airways and military training areas are located in this area and FABEC airspace covers 1.7 million sq km and handles about 5.8 million flights per year – 55 per cent of European air traffic.

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The first US congressional hearing on reauthorizing the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) will be held today — with manufacturing company leaders as well as FAA safety chief Peggy Gilligan slated to testify before transportation committee’s aviation subcommittee.

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Joint ATCEUC-ETF Statement against the attack on ATM workers' right
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The revenues and profitability of Finavia Group reached an all-time high in 2016 with revenues growing at a fast pace (+7.9%), reaching €380.9 million (2015: €353.1 million).

The company’s comparable operating margin without extraordinary items increased (+9.6%) to €114.8 million (104.8 million). Operating result without extraordinary items was €55.1 million (55.7 million), although the company’s investment programme increased depreciations to €59.7 million (49.1 million).

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The European Aviation Safety Agency has signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-EU) of the European Union institutions.

CERT-EU’s mission is to support the European Institutions to protect themselves against intentional and malicious attacks that would hamper the integrity of their IT assets and harm the interests of the EU.

EASA and CERT-EU will cooperate in the establishment of a European Centre for Cyber Security in Aviation (ECCSA). ECCSA’s mission is to provide information and assistance to European aviation manufacturers, airlines, maintenance organizations, air navigation service providers, etc. in order to protect the critical elements of the system such as aircraft, navigation and surveillance systems, datalinks, airports, etc. ECCSE will cover the full spectrum of aviation.

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Aveillant, the advanced radar technology company based in Cambridge, United Kingdom, has sold one of its innovative Gamekeeper counter-UAS radars to ST Electronics.

A wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Technologies Electronics the sale represents the second installation in a major urban environment following the operational approval for Aveillant’s Gamekeeper unit in Monaco.

Gamekeeper forms the core detection and tracking capability for a comprehensive counter drone detection system. The unique radar technology provided by Aveillant will give 3D tracks and target classification information, which can be used to direct other sensors or countermeasures.

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US president Donald Trump is reported as expressing support for changes to the government’s air traffic control system and placing a pilot at the head of the Federal Aviation Administration after meeting with airline executives at the White House.
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