To use some retro slang, the idea of taking an autonomous flying taxi to work sounds pretty far-out. In fact, it could be a whole lot closer than you think. At least, that’s our takeaway from the news that Volocopter, a German company specializing in electric multirotor helicopters, is gearing up to run inner-city tests of its self-driving air taxis in Singapore. They will take place starting in the second half of 2019.
با معرفی قوانین جدید،تمامی پهپاد ها از پرواز کردن از ارتفاع ۴پا یا ١ کیلومتر منع می شوند.
Ryanair warns it won’t pay flight compensation Read more: https://www.which.co.uk/news/2018/07/ryanair-warns-it-wont-pay-flight-compensation/ – Which?
As thousands of passengers face cancelled flights, Ryanair refuses to pay out
The younger brother of Singaporean Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong will relinquish his post as head of the country’s civil aviation authority, the transport ministry said on Thursday.
Civil aviation authority relaxes deadline on changes to global websites after carriers report technical issues
The airline also had its Aircraft Maintenance Organisation (AMO) approvals suspended as well as its Certificates of Airworthiness (CoA) on nine of its 21 planes.
The Executive Council of the Arab Civil Aviation Authority is composed of nine countries, and 15 Arab nations out of 20 competed for the nine seats
Reports of a laser light being shone at a plane near Taupō Airport have been reported to police and the Civil Aviation Authority.
The Civil Aviation Authority is to investigate airline terms and conditions, saying it will ‘name and shame’ offenders that don’t clean up their act.
The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority, GCAA, said it was monitoring closely the recent events with regards to the possibility of launching air strikes on Syria and its impact on airports in the Syrian border or neighbouring countries, which the UAE national carriers operate to and from.
Airlines are acutely aware of the noise impacts on local communities. The third runway opens up the possibility of predictable and increased noise respite, through runway rotation, leaving open the option to continue with night-flight connections which are vital to the UK economy.
CAASL Additional Director General Athula Jayawickrama told Daily Mirror that the Authority suspended the license of the pilot pending investigation.
He said the CAASL was conducting an investigation into the incident and would take a decision thereafter
Airport chiefs say flight paths are not fit for purpose as they launched a consultation on proposals to modernise the airspace.
The 11th meeting of Directors General of Civil Aviation of the Developing-8 (D-8) Organization and expert working group called for adopting high security standards in aviation industry.