What you should know: Future Air Navigation System (FANS)

FANS is required equipment to operate in specific countries and oceanic areas around the globe. In airspace where FANS is not yet required, ATC is utilizing the practice of “best equipped, best served” giving priority routing and altitudes to FANS equipped aircraft.

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THE FUTURE OF AVIATION IN A WORLD OF SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORT

whitePaper | April 13, 2021

Air transport plays a vital role in economies. The number of flights increased by approximately 38% between 2010 and 20191 and is still expected to resume a strong long-term growth globally despite the COVID-19 crisis2 , albeit below 2019 levels for the years to come. This can mainly be attributed to strong forecasted growth in developing countries3 , especially in middle class populations, driving the need and market for greater local and global connectivity within these regions.

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The next generation mobile connectivity set to transform aviation

whitePaper | December 9, 2019

The world is flying more. In the next 20 years, the global fleet is expected to double to 48,000 aircraft, while annual passenger numbers are set to hit 7.2 billion. At the same time, passenger habits are changing quicker than anticipated. Not only are most of us glued to our smartphones and consuming an ever-greater volume of rich digital content, many of us are carrying around more than just one device. Add to this an explosion of Internet of Thing devices, from smartwatches to connected baggage aboard the aircraft, and demand for ‘always-on’ connectivity is becoming the norm

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CHALLENGES TO SECURITY IN SPACE 2022

whitePaper | June 7, 2022

Capabilities. Space-based capabilities impact many day-to-day aspects of the American way of life. These capabilities enable functions that affect our homes, transportation, electric power grids, banking systems, and our global communications.

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BRIGHTER FUTURE

whitePaper | June 6, 2022

As AEROSPACE goes to press, the US Congress is set to hold the first open hearing about UFOs in half a century – indicating a shift in official

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Enhancing airport resilience and runway capacity with Intelligent Approach

whitePaper | January 20, 2020

NATS, the UK’s leading air navigation services provider and Leidos, a leading technology provider, developed a ground-breaking airport solution called Intelligent Approach. With Intelligent Approach, air traffic controllers around the world have the tools to safely optimise arrival spacing in all conditions and for all runway configurations, delivering capacity, safety and resilience benefits without the need for expensive changes to ground infrastructure. As demand for air travel grows it becomes essential for airports to leverage proven innovations to drive improved capacity, to do it quickly when capacity is constrained, and safely during disruptive conditions.

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5 WAYS OPERATORS RETAIN AIRCRAFT VALUE

whitePaper | June 30, 2022

Increasingly, aircraft brokers are expecting the use of electronic logbooks to ensure that records are wellorganized and complete. Advantages of cloud-based record-keeping include 24/7 accessibility, searchability, service milestone alerts, and data security. You also should be diligent about keeping an itemized list of the loose equipment that originally came with your aircraft, as well as storing equipment in an easily accessible, climate-controlled location. Being able to produce all logbooks and loose equipment when it’s time to sell can help boost your aircraft’s value

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