Defense Day - Budaörs, 6. JET Modell meeting Sokoró (AEROsport 2019.06.)
Gliders, and free flyers (AEROsport 2019. 05.)
11.06.2019 Information on EU legislation on unmanned aerial vehicles
Today, both regulations on unmanned aerial vehicles have been published in the Official Journal of the European Union No 152. These are the following:
Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2019/945 on Unmanned Aircraft Systems and third-country aircraft operators (formerly referred to as the Delegated Regulation)
Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2019/947 on rules and procedures for unmanned aerial vehicle operations (regulation referred to earlier as Implementing Regulation)
Both regulations will enter into force on the twentieth day after its publication, ie 1 July 2019.
The provisions of Commission Implementing Regulation 2019/947 will apply from 1 July 2020, with the remaining period of application of certain provisions as previously indicated.
27.05.2017 EASA Flying a civil drone (Unmanned aircraft)
A European Aviation Safety Agency animation introducing the concept of operations in relation to the use of civil drones also referred to as Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems – RPAS. EASA is working in providing a new set of rules for operating civil drones which are proportionate and risk based.
We hereby notify you that we will install updates, latest patches and security updates to keep the NetBriefing system secure and up to date.
We have updated our user guide.
On 25.04.2019 we will carry out maintenance between 20:00 and 26.04.2019 03:00 LT. The service will not be available during that time.
On September 29, 2018, an unmanned aircraft was flying at Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport
We can say without exaggeration that Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport was the world premiere on the last weekend of September 2018. The experts of HungaroControl, headed by György Blazsovszky, telecommunication system development engineer, have proved that instead of GPS-based positioning of unmanned aerial vehicles it is possible - more secure - to have their mobile tracking. Until now, technology secrecy was in place with all partners involved in securing technology.
"Practically, it is possible to track and isolate unmanned aerial vehicles, gliders, paragliders, airplanes, hot air balloons and ultralight aircraft with a mobile payment,"
Thanks to Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport, Nokia, National Media and Communications Authority, Ministry of Defence, Rotors and Cams and HungaroControl for supporting the test.
We hereby inform you that the PDF-based AIP documentation will be removed from the NetBriefing system on 14.01.2019.
The currently effective AIP can be found on HungaroControl’s AIS website.
The static data displayed on the NetBriefing map and in the menus will be maintained and updated on every AIRAC date.
In accordance with Regulation 1079/2012/EU, for all aircraft (not classified as an exclusion category), a mandatory on-board equipment is a 8.33 kHz channel capable radio device. This Regulation applies in the AIP from 06.12.2018.
Flight plans will be rejected which fail to comply with the requirement for a mandatory on-board equipment (except for exempted flights).
If there is no ‘Y’ in Field 10 indicating the presence of a 8.33 channel spacing capable on-board radio equipment and also there is no reference to a possible exemption (STS/SAR, STS/HOSP, STS/FFR, STS/MEDEVAC) in Field 18, then, in line with EU regulation 1079/2012/EU, it is not possible to submit a flight plan in the NetBriefing system.
For more detailed information, see the AIC brochure.
HungaroControl hosted Thales Users Group Conference in Budapest
HungaroControl hosted Thales Users Group Conference in Budapest between 24 and 26 September. TUG is an international forum in the civil aviation industry since 1991 with the aim to foster cooperation between ANSPs and Thales. More than 140 delegates and 30 organisations exchanged best practices, shared views on innovation and digital transformation.
Technological inventions, changes in travel habits, generational differences - in the field of air navigation service providers (ANSP) continuous change is the only constant. Latest forecasts predict 16.9 million IFR flight movements in Europe by 2030. In 2017 Eurocontrol handled 10.6 million flights in Europe. ANSPs must keep up with dynamically growing air traffic and efficiently respond to flight security and capacity challenges – this is one of the most important conclusions of Thales Users Group Conference.
The event was hosted by HungaroControl and Thales in Budapest between 24 and 26 September. More than 140 delegates and 30 organisations exchanged best practices, shared views on innovation and digital transformation.
“The solution for these challenges is continuous innovation. Therefore HungaroControl seek to stay in the forefront in Europe when it comes to initiatives for the improvement of flight safety, efficiency of air traffic management, decreasing the price of flights, or development of environmentally friendly processes” – said Mr. Kornel Szepessy, CEO of HungaroControl in his keynote speech.
The CEO demonstrated the results of these efforts. HungaroControl played a key role in several projects in the recent years. The remote and virtual tower solution for Budapest Airport (BUD) was implemented in cooperation with Searidge Technologies Inc, and received Jane’s ATC Runway Award at the 2018 World Air Traffic Control expo in Madrid. HungaroControl may contribute to the development of Changi Airport in Singapore, voted best airport in the world 5 times in a row. On 5 February 2015, HungaroControl became the first air navigation service provider in Europe to abolish its entire air traffic services route network, enabling aircraft to use Hungarian airspace freely, without any restrictions. HUFRA had significant positive economic and environmental impact: in the past 3 years, total length of overflight routes decreased by 4.5 million kilometers, reducing carbon dioxide emissions by 48 million kilograms per year. HUFRA received the Innovation Award at the Dubai Airport Show in May 2018.
“Our short-term goal is to create a 1,000 kilometer free route air space by the end of 2019, from the Black Sea to the Czech border, in cooperation with the all affected countries” – emphasized Mr. Kornel Szepessy.
The participants of the conference focused on the drone related developments as well, understanding that one of the hottest topics nowadays is the air traffic management of drones and the development of UTM. A reliable and standardized regulation and traffic management system is critically important to ensure that manned and unmanned aircraft can share the sky safely, and drones can be used efficiently, flexibly, safely, in a cost-efficient and user-friendly manner. HungaroControl host an event on this topic in Budapest this November.
For the ATM industry replacing overcomplicated systems with artificial intelligence based, self-learning systems is a key factor of success. For ANSPs, fast implementation is essential when it comes to solutions that increase productivity and allow for flexible capacity management, always focusing on cyber security as well.
AEROsport 07 2018
AEROsport 06 2018
AEROsport 05 2018
VFR Forum 2018 - Mihály Kurucz
VFR Forum 2018 - Attila Lévai
VFR Forum 2018 - Csaba Molnár
VFR Forum 2018 - Zsigmond Nagy
VFR Forum 2018 - Zoltán Székely
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We have done this because the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will soon come into force in the European Union. The Decree on the harmonization of data protection laws between European countries clarifies the rules under which companies should describe their data processing practices.
The assignment of the telephone number in the flight plan will assist the alarm service and the work of FIC and ARO, too. Please fill your telephone number in the field 18 as shown below.
Please check the existence of your phone number in the flight plan before submitting it. We are working on it to automatically warn you before submission.
It is recommended that you check the accepted status of your flight plan in Netbriefing or the confirmation email before taking off.
The HungaroControl team!
We would like to inform you, that from today HungaroControl Pte. Ltd. Co. launched a new Internet Briefing system, at https://www.netbriefing.hu.
The system supports the Google Chrome and the Mozilla Firefox browsers. You can find tutorial videos of the new system under HungaroControl’s youtube channel.
In case of any questions, comments do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
HungaroControl NetBriefing team
We would like to inform you, that as planned, from the 9th January 2018, HungaroControl is about to launch a new Internet Briefing system. This new version will include extended services and functions. The application is to be found at the same link: https://www.netbriefing.hu.
With the advent of the new service, the current system will be switched off, so your data will be lost. Unfortunately, this also means that you will have to register again.
Sorry for this minor inconvenience, we hope that the new services and functions will compensate for it.