Australia’s air navigation services provider (ANSP) Airservices has implemented satellite-based Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Contract (ADS-C) trials in its oceanic airspace, making the country one of the first to comply with international requirements for tracking suitably equipped flights. Following proof of concept trials that involved Qantas, Virgin Australia and Inmarsat tracking Qantas and Virgin aircraft flying in oceanic airspace to the east of Australia earlier this year, ...

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