FAA senior executives reinforced the message that “Remote ID” is a prerequisite for enabling more complex drone operations that are now allowed only by waiver.
As Emirates focuses on smaller widebodies, Dubai airport wants the airline’s flights to be spread out more evenly throughout the day.
Japan Airlines receives the country’s first Airbus A350, as the airline looks ahead to a big year in 2020.
With Thales’ new FMS, “open-world” information will be allowed to enter safety-critical applications.
The aircraft proves easy to fly manually and brings a new level of safety-enhancing automation to the airliner cockpit. Photo: Airbus
A multi-industry group is working on a set of standards to make it smoother and easier for airline passengers to access the internet on their own devices.
Cargo operators are exploring how to incorporate automated technologies in their warehouse and airside activities.
The FAA faces significant risks as it rolls out NextGen airspace modernization measures along the U.S. East Coast.