air traffic control services

air traffic control services

A service provided to prevent collisions between aircraft and, on the maneuvering area, between aircraft and obstructions. This service also expedites and maintains an orderly flow of air traffic. Also called ATC services.
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Leonardo's 'auto triangulation' software has gone live at the UK's 'Distress and Diversion' cell based at NATS, the UK's main air traffic control services provider.
The aircraft flew to a height of 40,000 feet, or just over 12,000 meters, meaning the neighboring district control flights of Belgrade and Zagreb were in charge of it since they are currently in charge of providing air traffic control services in BiH at altitudes above 32,500 feet, i.e.
Transport Minister Vassiliki Anastasiadou said on Thursday that procedures will be launched soon to move air traffic control services to a new building in Kokkinotrimithia, close to Nicosia, and to acquire the necessary equipment.
Summary: Facility to provide the UAE with modern, safe, and efficient air traffic control services
Through a network of 66 low earth orbiting Iridium[R] NEXT satellites, AireonSM will monitor the location of Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) equipped aircraft flying anywhere in the world, transforming the way air traffic control services are provided.
As a rule, this can be achieved only if there is a stable radio communication at all altitudes between the crews of aircraft and the air traffic control services of the contracting states.
In this situation, that group is the wealthiest one percent who use more air traffic control services than they pay for, all at the expense of the average passengers who subsidize their operations.
In such an emergency the new contingency facility will enable air traffic control services to continue, with minimal interruption, from within a building close to the airport.
LONDON, Dec 12 (KUNA) -- The National Air Traffic Control Services (NATCS) said Friday a technical problem at Swanwick air traffic control centre in Hampshire caused widespread flight disruption in southern England airports.
This is expected to pave the way for more efficient, safe and cost-effective delivery of air traffic control services.
During the presentation, the Air Navigation Directorate was commended for the air traffic control services it provides to the Bahrain Flight Information Region users and for conforming to the highest safety standards , as well as for being fully capable of handling crises faced by airlines as a result of the rapid development in the region where alternative airways are created which would serve the airlines better operationally and economically.

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