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By: Aviation Today  09-12-2011
Keywords: Renewable Energy, International Airport, Traffic Control

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October 31, 2011  Air Safety Week
The interest in renewable energy is growing, powered by the environmental and operational efficiencies to be gained. For aviation concerns, however, the switch to renewable energy, particularly wind energy, comes with its own set of potential safety problems..


October 31, 2011  Air Safety Week


October 31, 2011  Air Safety Week


October 31, 2011  Air Safety Week
The chances of handheld pointers causing an air accident is increasing not only in the United States but in British airspace as well. Incidents in the U.K. have increased from 30 in 2007 to some 1,600 in the first nine months of 2011. According to..


October 28, 2011  Aviation Today
Nearly 30 aviation organizations sent a letter to President Obama on Thursday to protest new departure and passenger taxes proposed under the President’s debt-reduction plan. A few organizations include: Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), Helicopter..


October 27, 2011  Air Safety Week
The air traffic controller who was responsible for the improper arrival of a Boeing 737, which was carrying the First Lady and the vice president’s wife, Jill Biden, into Andrews Air Force Base (AFB) on April 18, told the National Transportation Safety..


October 24, 2011  Air Safety Week
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) is getting a new 324-foot, $69 million air traffic control tower and Terminal Radar Approach Control facility (TRACON), FAA said. Facility construction is scheduled to be completed in 2014 and the agency expects..


October 24, 2011  Air Safety Week
A new $72.6 million air traffic control tower and radar approach control was dedicated at Tennessee's Memphis International Airport on Thursday by the FAA. The 336-foot tower, the third tallest in the country, enables air traffic controllers to continue..


October 24, 2011  Air Safety Week
Due to a decrease in air traffic control services in Greece, the country's airspace has become congested, and causing delays, Eurocontrol and the Greek Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) said Wednesday. The traffic congestion is a direct result of the country's..


October 24, 2011  Air Safety Week
Under a set of proposed fatigue rules, European pilots could be flying with levels of fatigue equivalent to four times the legal alcohol limit, the British Airline' Pilots Association (BALPA) said Wednesday. A set of..


October 24, 2011  Air Safety Week
The National Air Traffic Association's (NATCA) worldwide partner, the International Federation of Air Traffic Controllers' Associations (IFATCA) marks half a century of advocating flight safety and air traffic controllers' rights, NATCA announced on Thursday..


October 21, 2011  Avionics


October 20, 2011  Avionics
Thales was awarded a contract by the Agency for Air Navigation Security in Africa and Madagascar (ASECNA) for the harmonization and modernization of their air traffic control centers in six countries, including Senegal, Congo, Niger, Ivory Coast, Chad and..


October 20, 2011  Air Safety Week
EASA published proposed rules on qualifications for flying in Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC) on Thursday, placing new and more accessible instrument ratings for private pilots, according to the agency. An En-route Instrument Rating (EIR), which is..




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