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1. IATA Urges Spain to Avoid Air Traffic Control Strike
IATA Urges Spain to Avoid Air Traffic Control Strike. IATA has urged AENA, the Spanish air navigation service provider, and the Spanish air traffic controllers to take all measures possible to avoid strike action. Specifically, Giovanni Bisignani, IATA’s Director General and CEO urged Spain’s air traffic controllers to accept AENA’s offer to enter into an arbitration process to res
2. NATS Training Bulgarian Air Traffic Controllers
NATS, a leading air navigation services provider, has won a contract to train Bulgarian air traffic controllers at its state-of-the-art facility near Fareham in Hampshire, England. Initially, nine trainee controllers from the Bulgarian Air Traffic Services Authority (BULATSA) are attending a ten-month course at NATS’ headquarters and these are likely to be followed by a further nin
3. CAAS Inaugurates New Singapore Air Traffic Control Centre
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has officially inaugurated the new Singapore Air Traffic Control Centre (SATCC). The new control centre represents a quantum leap in the capacity and ability of CAAS in providing high quality air navigation services for the safety and efficiency of the growing, more complex air traffic in the Singapore Flight Information Region (FIR)
4. Finavia Enhances Air traffic Control in Finland
Finavia has introduced a uniform air traffic control system for the whole of Finland. Thanks to the reform, all Finavia’s airports and the area control centres now use a uniform radar surveillance system. The uniform system will further improve the functionality and cost efficiency of the air navigation services provided for air traffic. During the period 2009–2013, Finavia has inv
5. HKIA Sets Records for Passenger and Air Traffic Movements in July 2012
Hong Kong International Airport set new monthly records for passenger volume and air traffic movements in July 2012, handling over 5 million passengers – representing growth of 0.5% over July 2011, when the previous record was set – and 29,880 air traffic movements – representing year-on-year growth of 3.4% and breaking the previous record set in March 2012.
6. IATA Condemns Strike Action by French Air Traffic Controllers
IATA has strongly condemned the strike action by French air traffic controllers which targets vacationers at the start of the busy summer holiday season. One of France’s largest unions for air traffic controllers called for a six-day strike to begin on 24 June. This coincides with the first major travel weekend of the busy European summer holiday season. The strikes are in protest
7. India’s Air Traffic Control to Move to Safer Digital Communications
India’s Air Traffic Control to Move to Safer Digital Communications. The Airports Authority of India has selected SITA to deliver enhanced systems that will enable the exchange of air traffic control (ATC) messages with data link-equipped airlines. Deployed in response to regional ICAO recommendations, and airspace user demands, SITA’s data link service will increase both the safet
8. Thales awarded US$ 36.7m Abu Dhabi Air Traffic Control Tower Contract
Thales awarded US$ 36.7m Abu Dhabi Air Traffic Control Tower Contract. Thales, a world leader in mission-critical information systems for the Aerospace, Defence and Security markets, has been awarded the contract to fit out Abu Dhabi International Airport’s new air traffic control centre tower (ATCC). With the construction of the tower already underway and due for completion in 200

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