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FAA Fully Implements New Air Traffic Surveillance System

The Federal Aviation Administration has completed implementation of a new air traffic surveillance system across 155 airports. FAA said Monday that it activated the Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast system at Ohio-based Akron-Canton Airport and Mansfield Lahm Regional Airport for the last batch of implementation.

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FAA Receives NASA Air Traffic Management Technology

The Federal Aviation Administration has received a NASA-made technology designed to decrease flight delays, fuel burn and emissions. The technology, known as the Flight Deck Interval Management or FIM, is geared to facilitate performance-based procedures in congested airspace, FAA said Friday.

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NASA Tests Traffic Aware Planner App’s Flight Planning Support Functions

NASA‘s Traffic Aware Planner application is currently in use at Virgin America and Alaska Airlines as part of tests on the technology’s capability to support traffic-aware strategic aircrew requests. The space agency said Tuesday the software connects with an aircraft’s Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast receiver to provide air traffic information and uses Internet connectivity …

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