traffic-control love

traffic-control

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  • Renk and Thoma said air-traffic officials from the U.K., Australia and Japan are among those poised to sign off on the latest traffic-control procedures.

    Iridium Offers New Air-Traffic Service

  • Data links between aircraft and the ground will serve as essential building blocks of next-generation navigation and traffic-control systems separately under development in Europe and the U.S. By shuttling data back and forth, flight-control computers on jetliners are slated to command optimum descent trajectories, maintain minimum separations between planes and ensure the most-efficient use of runway capacity—all without pilot interventions.

    Iridium Offers New Air-Traffic Service

  • And on Thursday, Mr. Babbitt vowed to conduct a "top-to-bottom review of the way we operate our traffic-control system."

    Turbulence Mounts at FAA

  • Seeking to improve in-flight communications, satellite-operator Iridium Communications Inc. is set to provide enhanced navigation and traffic-control services for jets flying across oceans and, eventually, over remote polar regions.

    Iridium Offers New Air-Traffic Service

  • At a regional traffic-control facility in Georgia, Mr. Babbitt on Monday will launch a "call to action" to combat fatigue problems.

    New Rest Rules for Tower

  • FAA chief Randy Babbitt was briefed on the controller recommendations earlier this year, as was Hank Krakowski, head of the FAA's traffic-control organization.

    Dogfight Over Catnaps in Air Tower

  • Its traffic-control system, despite its outstanding safety record separating planes in the air and on the ground, faces much bigger hurdles than instilling greater discipline in what some experts describe as a chronically fatigued work force.

    Turbulence Mounts at FAA

  • It also promised a "top to bottom review" of the U.S. traffic-control system.

    FAA Cites Two in DVD Incident

  • Mr. Babbitt met in his office with the embattled traffic-control chief about 7:30 Thursday morning, by which time Mr. Krakowski expected that he would have to give up his post, according to people familiar with the details.

    Turbulence Mounts at FAA

  • Starting Monday, senior FAA and union officials will kick off a week-long nationwide series of personal visits to traffic-control facilities to stress the importance of professionalism and fatigue-mitigation efforts.

    New Rest Rules for Tower

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