European Centre for Cybersecurity in Aviation (ECCSA)

ECCSA is primarily an information centre for cybersecurity in aviation providing, amongst other services, stakeholders networking and information sharing, which are key enablers to enforce a resilient aviation cyberspace. ECCSA makes available to its members secure means to exchange domain relevant cybersecurity information, such as vulnerabilities, i.e. weakness that can be used for malicious purposes, as well as events and incidents that might be worth sharing with the aviation community. The ECCSA’s operational team of analysts provides additional inputs as well as context to the information shared by the participants, with the aim to facilitate the creation and the management of an aviation cybersecurity threats knowledge and risk picture.

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The participation to ECCSA is voluntary as well as the information sharing. Organisations relevant for the safety and security of European Civil Aviation may apply for ECCSA membership, assured to meet applicable security selection criteria.

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MAR
2019

Chicago O’Hare International Airport has put into service a USD168 million central deicing facility (CDF), which is claimed to be the largest in the US. The CDF encompasses 850,000 ft 2 and can accommodate up to 20 narrow-body or five wide-body aircraft at the same time.

19
MAR
2019

Garmin received the prestigious 2018 Supplier of the Year distinction from the Independent Boat Builders, Inc. (IBBI), the industry’s largest purchasing cooperative comprised of a 19-member network of leading boat brands that collectively build nearly 25% of all boats sold in the U.S. (Photo: Business Wire)

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19
MAR
2019

Following an initially muted response to the crash of two Boeing 737 Max planes, Boeing chairman and chief executive Dennis Muilenburg has issued a personal statement on the tragedies. “Safety is at the core of who we are at Boeing, and ensuring safe and reliable travel on our airplanes is an....

18
MAR
2019

Everyone who works at Boeing or takes an interest in the company’s long-term performance had best keep their seat belts fastened and their tray tables locked and in the upright position. The black box data from Ethiopian Airlines reportedly shows ‘similarities’ with the Lion Air crash.

18
MAR
2019

Boeing 737 Max 7. © Boeing. Boeing sieht sich zahlreichen Vorwürfen in Bezug auf die Entwicklung und Zertifizierung der neuen Boeing 737 Max ausgesetzt. Dabei geht es im Kern um ein für die 737 Max entwickeltes und in dieser Form bei Boeing erstmals eingesetztes System, das vollautomatisiert in die Fluglage eingreift.

18
MAR
2019

Named Regional Sales Manager For The Midwestern U.S. Robert Randall, U.S. Senior Sales Manager for Universal Avionics (UA), has announced that Don Milum has been appointed to the position of Regional Sales Manager for Midwestern U.S. In his new position, Don will support UA Authorized Dealers and....

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MAR
2019

Sign A Memorandum Of Agreement To Look At Ways To Improve Aviation Efficiency. As predicted by The International Air Transport Association (IATA) in 2013, the world is on track to double the number of aircraft flying by 2030. This is leading to an increase in complexity that makes the current state....

18
MAR
2019

ROMA - La prova che il secondo disastro in cinque mesi si sarebbe potuto evitare è disegnata nei tracciati della Aireon. La società americana con sede a McLean, in Virginia (Usa), secondo quanto confermato ufficialmente a Repubblica da un portavoce, ha consegnato nei giorni scorsi i dati di volo del....

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MAR
2019

Alors que les autorités éthiopiennes ont récupéré le contenu des deux boîtes noires du Boeing 737 MAX 8 d’ Ethiopian Airlines , qui s’est écrasé il y a huit jours dans des circonstances similaires au MAX 8 de Lion Air en octobre dernier, la polémique fait rage aux Etats-Unis sur la FAA et son rôle....

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2019

The safety analysis: Understated the power of the new flight control system, which was designed to swivel the horizontal tail to push the nose of the plane down to avert a stall. When the planes later entered service, MCAS was capable of moving the tail more than four times farther than was stated in the initial safety analysis document.

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