Weekly review #112 - 18th August

Weekly review

A leading UK research agency, UK Research and Innovation, has outlined its vision for the future of air traffic in Britain. Their report brings together insights from leading experts in industry, academia and government. Here's the link so you can find out more.

There's good news from many airports as passengers continue their return to the sky. Indeed, at Brussels South Charleroi they're currently handling 140 flights a day. This is just 18 percent lower than pre-covid levels. What's more, air traffic in Ukraine reached 70% of pre-covid levels in July.

 

For those interested in drone technology, there's strong progress being made by Dronecloud and Frequentis. They're now collaborating on the development of open standard integrations to help unlock Beyond Visual Line of Sight drone flights in the UK. Take a look at the the full story here.

 

There's also an interesting joint report from the Brazilian Department of Airspace Control and EUROCONTROL’s Performance Review Unit. It's a detailed look at how operational performance in Brazil compares with Europe's.

Finally, you can check out our latest podcast using this link. This week, we talk with Benoit Fonck and explore how small ATM suppliers participate in SESAR projects.

 

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