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LGS to modernise and expand aircraft territorial surveillance system - In the framework of the “Complete WAM” project over the course of two years, Czech company “ERA a.s.”, a partner of state joint stock company “Latvijas gaisa satiksme” (LGS) will install 23 receiver/transmitter devices on existing mobile communication towers and various infrastructure sites throughout Latvia, build two independent central data processing stations, and integrate into the system receiver devices which are already in operation.
A new form of Czech - Afghan cooperation in the area - Today, the Technical Cooperation Arrangement (TCA) and support for the development of ATM in Afghanistan has been signed by the ANS CR Director General, Jan Klas and Head of the Afghan Civil Aviation Authority (ACAA) Dr. Mohammad Qasim Wafayezada, in Prague and Kabul.
Reports and data
The decline in air traffic continues in 2021 - Avinor - 84 1484 passengers traveled to and from Avinor airports in January 2021. This is a decrease of 77.9 per cent compared with last year. The number of aircraft movements decreased by 39,3 per cent.
Tolmachevo Passenger Traffic Shows Better Results than Industry in 2020 - Airport Technology - Last year Novosibirsk Tolmachevo International Airport served 4,634,166 passengers (-31.3%). The number of passengers on domestic routes was 4,087,771 (-16.6%), on international – 546,395 (-70.4%). Over the twelve months of 2020, the airport handled 30,770 aircraft departures (-7.3% over the same period last year), in December – 2,833 (-1.7%).
Air traffic volumes in Germany continue to decline - DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung - DFS logged just over 75,000 take-offs, landings and overflights under instrument flight rules in Germany in January 2021. This is fewer than in December 2020 and two thirds fewer than in the same month last year.
January 2021 - news on the Irish Air Traffic - Overall traffic in January 2021 is down 61% on last year and Commercial Terminal Movements for Dublin, Shannon and Cork airports are down 78% collectively on 2020 figures.
Fraport Traffic Figures – January 2021: Passenger Traffic Still Down at Frankfurt Airport - Frankfurt Airport served 882,869 passengers in January 2021, representing an 80.9 percent decline compared to the same month last year. In contrast, FRA’s cargo throughput (airfreight and airmail) rose by 18.1 percent to 176,266 metric tons in the reporting month. Thus, Frankfurt Airport recorded its second-highest January cargo month ever – despite the ongoing lack of capacity for belly freight.
Tough year ends with strong traffic recovery for Dubai International Airport - Airport World - Dubai International Airport (DXB) today revealed that it handled 25.9 million passengers in 2020, the figure being boosted by traffic recovery in the second half of a tough year. The total meant that the airport welcomed 70% fewer passengers than it did in 2019.
UAV and UTM
Italy: Turin City to host Skygate vertiport for urban air mobility research and development - Unmanned airspace - Turin has ambitious plans to become a European leader for Urban Air Mobility (UAM) services and R&D company, Always, will develop the first vertiport, for the vertical landing and take-off (eVTOL) aircraft, reports a press release.
Australian UAS association seeks input on proposal to lower Class E airspace on the East Coast - Unmanned airspace - Airservices Australia is proposing to lower the base of Class E airspace to 1,500ft (AGL) in medium and high density enroute airspace between Cairns and Melbourne in December 2021. The proposal is part of Airservices’ Airspace Modernisation Program (AMP) to reform Australia’s airspace architecture to ensure the class of airspace is aligned with the assessed level of risk, to leverage the benefits of increased ADS-B coverage, to reduce complexity.
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