National Air Space

Blue Skies Initiative: ATCA President Share His Vision for the Future

The Blue Skies Initiative seeks to modernize the National Air Space (NAS) of the U.S., and it could not be more pertinent or well-timed. With both the post-COVID return to travel and an increasingly active and congested atmosphere, the...

Managing and Securing Data is the Cornerstone to Future Airspace Modernization

As the national air space (NAS) becomes more congested and digitally connected, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has a plan in place for airspace modernization. The FAA Enterprise Network Services (FENS) would replace the existing telecommunications system that has...

Peter F. Dumont Shares ATCA Annual Preview and Future Predictions for 2021

While 2020 has been a year of constant change and upheaval, it has also brought together leaders in the aviation industry to address current issues, creating an unprecedented opportunity to work together to innovate for a brighter future. As...

National Air Space: It’s Time to Stop, Collaborate, and Listen

Collaboration. It’s no longer just an overused buzzword. It’s now a cornerstone of the important work our industry is doing. With so many new entrants interested in accessing the National Air Space, there’s no way around it. The relationships between stakeholders are...

Q&A with Nathan Tash: FAA Keeping Pace with Technology of Tomorrow

Recently, at the ATCA 64th Annual Conference, FAA leaders came together with industry to discuss the National Air Space (NAS), which is faced with the growth of new entrants and the need for improved air traffic management solutions. With the burst of...

ATCA64: The Future of the National Air Space Requires Innovation and an Acceptance of Failure

This week, the Connected Aviation Today editorial team was on-site at the ATCA64 Annual in Washington D.C., covering the latest on the state of the National Air Space (NAS) and what the future holds. From FAA leaders – past,...

The Future of Air Traffic with Peter Dumont, President and CEO of ATCA

In just a couple of weeks, 3,500+ attendees from over 25 countries will be heading to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C., for the ATCA Annual Conference and Exposition. As the largest ATC/ATM event in the...
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Where Should Airport Apps Reside: in the Cloud, on the Ground, or Both?

For anyone who travels by air with any frequency, the process of navigating an airport is routine and relatively...
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