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China Issues First “Traffic Rules” for Civilian Drones

Reading Time: 2 minutes China’s civil aviation regulator has issued its first-ever “traffic rules” for the operation of light-duty civilian unmanned aircraft. The guidelines have been issued on a trial basis, as the country has witnessed remarkable growth in the number of civilian drones. Li Bin started learning how to fly drones just three months ago. But now, he has passed […]

Air Traffic System Update at American’s Charlotte Airport

Reading Time: 2 minutes FAA and NASA will try to fix antiquated air traffic system at American’s Charlotte Hub. Charlotte Douglas International Airport, the second busiest hub for the world’s biggest airline, has been designated as the site for a unique effort by NASA to update the country’s antiquated air traffic management system. NASA’s effort, called ATD2 for airspace […]

Aeros Flight Training and Global ATS Offer New ATCOs Pilot Training

Reading Time: < 1 minute Aeros Flight Training has entered into a partnership agreement with Global ATS (Air Training Services) to provide flight training for trainee air traffic controllers. The training programme, which began in December 2015, will be provided by Aeros at Gloucestershire Airport. “The programme calls for batches of trainees to go through a range of our pilot […]

Global Civil Helicopter Fleet Projected to Grow 50 Percent

Reading Time: 3 minutes The global civil helicopter fleet will grow 50 percent by 2034, despite the short-term pressures emanating from a weak energy market, according to a new report from analysts at Noealt Corporate Services. The global civil helicopter market has grown almost threefold in size over the past decade driven by an expansion of the degree as […]

Japan’s First Domestic Passenger Jet Takes Maiden Flight

Reading Time: < 1 minute Japan’s first commercial jetliner, the Mitsubishi Regional Jet, on Wednesday completed its maiden test flight after repeated delays. It is an important milestone for an ambitious effort by Japan to develop its aerospace industry.

BGS Starts Operation in Riga International Airport

Reading Time: 2 minutes BGS, an international provider of ground handling and aircraft fuelling services, has announced its expansion to Riga International (IATA: RIX), the largest airport in the Baltic States. Since establishing its presence in the main aviation hub in Latvia, BGS has already provided fuelling support to its first customer in Riga – Bulgarian BH Air. As […]