In our first story, the DANUBE FAB governing bodies have conducted their seventeenth meeting. Together, they discussed emerging solutions to overcome economic and social damage caused by the pandemic to the aviation sector. They also started planning future collaboration projects for the FAB.
There's further collaboration taking place in Canada. Here, NAV CANADA worked with the Greater Toronto Airports Authority on a public discussion as they begin to introduce airspace enhancements around Toronto Pearson Airport. Find out more about the story here.
Thankfully, there is more positive news from Germany as air traffic volume grows again. In October, there were 208,414 flights, which is higher than the previous month, and over two-thirds of the 2019 traffic level for the same time period.
In the UK, zero-carbon aviation takes another step forward as Ferrovial Airports announces plans to deploy a network of over 25 vertiports. These will be bases for electric VTOL aircraft to operate from. It's another exciting advancement in the move toward electrification of air travel.
Finally, we would like to share another episode of Radar Contact for you to check out. In this episode, we talk with Cyriel Kronenburg about the role of TISB / FISB and ADS-B in the integration of manned and unmanned airspace users.
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