Airspace

Emirates fined $400,000 by U.S. for violating FAA’s prohibitions

The U.S. Department of Transportation has fined Emirates $400,000 for operating flights under JetBlue Airways code in the airspace that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has prohibited the U.S. operators from flying....


Taiwan accuses China of second airspace breach, simulating attack

Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense claims Chinese bombers and fighters breached its airspace on September 19, 2020, entering the country’s territory in a pincer movement and prompting Taiwan to scramble its own jets....


Odd flights cross Pakistan amid airspace closure

UPDATED On a second day of shutdown, Pakistan airspace remains closed at large, however, some solitary flights have been spotted leaving the country.  Pakistan to reopen its airspace on March 1, 2019....


BREAKING: Pakistan Shuts Down Its Airspace

BREAKING: As violence escalates in Kashmir once again between India and Pakistan, the latter has decided to close its commercial airspace. Read more:...


Dark side of aviation growth: are we forgetting human rights?

New forms of military and commercial exploitation are increasing the disparity of power between those who dominate airspace and outer space, and the billions of people on the ground affected by the impacts....


Ethiopian CAA fires back at Kenyan ATCA: our airspace is safe

Kenyan air traffic controllers warned of unsafe conditions for flights in and out of Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa, after the air traffic controllers there went on strike....


Space Race costing airlines thousands, complicating air travel

FAA details the negative impact of commercial rocket launches on commercial air travel. But what can be done to solve the airlines vs. rockets problem?...