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Company Watch - EASA.

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Eurocontrol, in cooperation with EASA and the European Commission, on Friday issued new guidelines intended to reduce volcanic ash-related airspace closures by adding a fourth zone to the volcanic ash concentration charts produced by the Volcanic Ash Advisory Centre in London. The additional "grey" zone joins the white zone (no volcanic ash, normal flight operations), the red zone (Enhanced Procedures Zone in which some ash may be encountered but in which EASA considers flights can take place) and the black or no-fly zone. May 25, 2010

The European Aviation Safety Agency has certificated a Honeywell voice over internet protocol system for installation on the Dassault Falcon 7X long-range trijet. The Honeywell MCS-7120 satellite communications system provides voice as well as data communications for cabin and cockpit applications. It can operate over the Inmarsat SwiftBroadband network, which offers bandwidth of up to 432Kbps per channel. May 10, 2010

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