Weekly Review #220 - A new passenger record for New York

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First up, from the US we're hearing about a record number of travelers in New York and New Jersey airports. During August of this year, 13.3 million passengers passed through Newark Liberty International, John F. Kennedy International, LaGuardia, and New York Stewart International airports. This number surpasses the previous record set in August 2019.

Next up, there's news of a change of venue for Airspace World. The CANSO Executive Committee decided that from 2025 it will be held in Lisbon, Portugal. The decision was finalised by the Airspace World team after ranking a shortlist of five venues against wide-ranging criteria including inbound tariffs and shipping costs.


There's more news from Canso with word that its ATM training partner Infina has launched seven more microlearning courses for Air Traffic Controllers, their managers, and supervisors. The new courses will add to the ICAO Refresher Training Topics that keep ANSP workforces focused on safety. 


And last but not least, we have a new episode of our podcast Radar Contact. This week, we sit down with Kate Arlouskaya and Serge Miranovich of ANSART and discuss the benefits of being an SME-size company in the ATM industry.


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