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Capacity at Dutch airports is running out

This month the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment is expected to present an action agenda to maintain Schiphol Airport’s position as one of Europe’s main hub airports with a strong network of connections. We are looking forward to this Mainport Schiphol policy paper....

Afbeelding blog Brazilie
Can Brazil achieve growth when its main airports are maxed out?

March 31st the Economist published about the Brazilian waxing and waning economy. With a decrease of 3,8% in GDP last year there are certainly continued worries for concern. In spite of this economic situation the country’s infrastructure needs to be improved in order to achieve...

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How to boost airspace capacity in South East Asia?

Air traffic demand is growing at a high rate in the South East Asian region and yet an overall network view of flight plans across different countries is lacking. As a result, flights are managed tactically by the various air navigation service providers. This lack...

acdm
Airport CDM benefits are clear, global implementation progress remains slow.

Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM) delivers significant benefits to European airports and the European Civil Aviation Conference (ECAC) network. Recently Eurocontrol presented an improvement of take-off accuracy, which is the main driver for network benefits. Predicted 2015 ECAC network impact caused by Airport CDM implementations The Network...

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Happy New Year!

First of all we want to take a moment to address our clients and relations: Thank you for the trust over the last year, may the New Year bring us more wonderful opportunities to work together. Happy New Year, for you and your loved ones! Last...

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Airspace and Airport Simulation: Much more than pretty pictures

This week we are attending the AirTOp conference in San Francisco as chairman of the user group. We are excited to meet and greet our colleagues, partners and customers at the event to discuss the latest developments. We strongly believe in the power of fast-time simulation,...

safa
Avoid unnecessary delays and save money

SAFA [1] inspections in Europe and ramp checks elsewhere are a fact of life in civil aviation. Inspectors working on behalf of the SAFA programme are conducting, on average, around 100 inspections a day. Whilst their stated policy is to avoid delay unless safety requires...