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The positive reputation that SITTI has accumulated in the past years through the supply of several systems in the Far East region is further witnessed by the award of a new order through Samart Aviation Solutions Public Company Limited (SAV).The new order consists of two new VCSs (Voice Communication System) for the main airports in Cambodia: NPPIA – New Phnom Penh International Airport NSRIA – New Siem Reap International Airport Both VCSs belong to the M800IP® family of MULTIFONO ® systems, which implement the latest provisions defined by the most recent …
The eighth annual World ATM Congress, held at Feria de Madrid, concluded on Thursday, 28 October. The world’s largest air traffic management (ATM) event attracted over 5,400 attendees and 172 exhibitors from 117 countries and territories. His Majesty the King of Spain inaugurated the three-day Congress. His Majesty was joined by Secretary of State for Transportation, Mobility and Urban Agenda and ENAIRE President Isabel Pardo de Vera; CANSO Director General Simon Hocquard; and ATCA President and CEO Brian R. Bruckbauer.
Tomorrow Cuatro Vientos Aerodrome will host twelve drone flight test operations with active civil and military air traffic. This is the world’s most complex operation ever held at an active airport. The flight demonstrations will be the final event of World ATM Congress 2021, which hosted the Expodrónica Pavilion. This year’s event has brought together the manned and unmanned aviation industry. - For the first time in the world, drones are going to share active airport airspace with civil and military air traffic.
World ATM Congress 2021 opened this morning at IFEMA, Feria de Madrid. With an expected attendance of around 6,700 people from around the globe, including 172 exhibitors and 225 speakers, the world's largest air traffic management (ATM) event will tackle key industry issues. These include expanding airspace capacity, managing drone traffic, integrating new entrants, and continuing the political and regulatory work involved in airspace harmonisation worldwide. The event also showcases the latest products, services, and thought-leadership in ATM.
Following a contract signed in August 2017, Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) and Thales have successfully completed the delivery of the Air Traffic Management system and radars, enhancing Tanzania’s air traffic safety and efficiency. - TCAA’s mission is to ensure safety, security and regularity of civil aviation in Tanzania through effective oversight, provision of efficient air navigation services and training while maintaining quality, protecting the environment and safeguarding the interest of stakeholders.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) renewed its call for government relief measures as the impacts of the COVID-19 crisis in Africa deepen. The region’s airlines could lose $6 billion of passenger revenue compared to 2019. That is $2billion more than was expected at the beginning of the month. Job losses in aviation and related industries could grow to 3.1 million. That is half of the region’s 6.2 million aviation-related employment. Previous estimate was 2 million.