NAATC has chosen FREQUENTIS as the ATC solution provider for the Curacao Area Control Centre

A significant milestone was reached when the Netherlands Antilles Air Traffic Control (NAATC) contracted Frequentis to replace the existing voice communications system (VCS) for Curacao.
The air traffic control service provider for Curacao, NAATC, has entrusted Frequentis with the modernisation of the islands area control centre (ACC). The ACC currently uses an earlier Frequentis VCS model: the customer was so pleased with their existing system that the decision to replace it with a newer model from
the same company was a logical one.

NAATO - The Netherlands Antilles Air Traffic Control Inc. provides air navigation services to aircraft operating within the Curacao flight information region (FIR). The companys aim is to provide professional air traffic control and other services to those airspaces under the responsibility of the Netherlands Antilles. Frequentis drew on its in-depth knowledge of NAATC needs and the close existing relationship to the company to produce a comprehensive proposal that answered all of the customers concerns and requirements. NAATC is very pleased with the way Frequentis handled the project, particularly the exemplary professionalism, attention to detail and ability to provide a tailored solution. Cedric Balentien, NAATCs
Communication Navigation Surveillance Manager, says, Working with Frequentis for the first VCS system was a great experience. When it was time to replace it we knew from the very beginning that Frequentis would again be our system of choice. They have proven to be reliable and very professional, and here I mean both the technology and the people behind it.

Frequentis is a world leader in the development and manufacture of high-tech communications and information systems for air traffic control and similar safety-critical applications. Customers in dozens of countries around the world are testament to the proven dependability of the technology destined for Curacao.


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