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London City airport controlled by remote digital tower

London City Airport has become the first major international airport in the world to be fully controlled by a remote digital air traffic control tower

London City becomes first major hub operated by remote digital tower

Following extensive testing, the new facility is set to control all air traffic scheduled this summer

SESAR partners successfully validate solution to delegate air traffic services

SESAR partners successfully validate solution to delegate air traffic services

Luton arrival route changes plan moves into next phase

Both the airport and NATS are reviewing responses from a four month public consultation

DFS, NATS and skyguide discuss digitalisation as the future of ATM

ATM attended a virtual discussion including DFS, skyguide and NATS, considering the technological future of ANSPs in Europe.

AGS Airports led consortium to develop delivery drone network

Consisting of 14 organisations, the project hopes to provide urgent medical supplies throughout Scotland

NATS report charts further environmental progress

Air traffic controllers at NATS helped enable more than 30,000 tonnes of CO2 savings during the past financial year through the greater use of direct aircraft routings, smoother climbs and descents and the more efficient use of airspace.