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CANSO (Civil Air Navigation Service Organisation) - Articles and news items

CANSO members in Africa sign declaration to implement joint initiative to improve ATM safety

Airport news  •  13 September 2016  •  International Airport Review

The companies that provide air navigation services across Africa have committed to a joint initiative to improve aviation safety across the continent...

CANSO and ACI launch joint initiative to reduce aviation noise

Airport news  •  24 September 2015  •  Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review

A new joint initiative has been launched by Airports Council International (ACI) and the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) on reducing aviation noise.

CANSO: leading further improvements in safety in air traffic management

Airport news  •  26 January 2015  •  CANSO

CANSO, the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation, has announced the publication of the CANSO Safety Management System Implementation Guide which will make a major contribution to improving safety across the air traffic management (ATM) industry...

CANSO outlines five key steps to transform air traffic management performance in the Middle East

Airport news  •  19 January 2015  •  CANSO

CANSO (Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation) has outlined its proposal to reduce congestion and improve efficiency in Middle East airspace...

Canso welcomes efforts to improve sharing of information and intelligence in the light of MH17

Airport news  •  7 August 2014  •  CANSO

Following the downing of Flight MH17, the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation called on States to share information and intelligence so that airlines can make informed decisions about the safest routes to fly...

Joint efforts to improve safety

Airport news  •  30 July 2014  •  The International Air Transport Association

The International Air Transport Association joined with the International Civil Aviation Organization, Airports Council International and the Civil Air Navigation Services Organization in a declaration committing the parties to review processes for the overflight of conflict zones...

Joint statement on risks to civil aviation arising from conflict zones

Airport news  •  30 July 2014  •  The International Civil Aviation Organization

The International Civil Aviation Organization, the International Air Transport Association, Airports Council International and the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation, jointly express their strong condemnation of the use of weapons against civil aviation...

Air traffic management industry embraces the future at CANSO Annual Meetings

Airport news  •  7 July 2014  •  Canso

Over 250 delegates from the companies that provide air navigation services and air traffic control around the world met this week in Dublin for the CANSO Global ATM Summit and 18th Annual General Meeting, as well as regional and committee meetings...

Angola’s ANSP partners with SITA for safer skies

Airport news  •  6 March 2014  •  SITA

The Luanda flight information region over Angola is set to support aircraft using future air navigation system data link avionics with the deployment of the SITA FANS system communicating via the SITA AIRCOM data link service...

Foreword: Time to deliver

Issue 1 2014  •  12 February 2014  •  International Airport Review

CANSO listens to its partners, commits to actions that address their requirements, and delivers on them, says Director General, Jeff Poole...

Airports and air traffic management working with other aviation partners to make European air transport better

Airport news  •  15 November 2013  •  Eurocontrol

The themes of efficiency and performance have become a key focus for Europe’s airports...

CANSO announces Vision 2020

Airport news  •  19 June 2013  •  CANSO

CANSO has announced its strong vision to transform global air traffic management (ATM) performance and deliver seamless airspace globally...

CANSO launches major initiative to improve runway safety by reducing unstable approaches

Airport news  •  18 June 2013  •  CANSO

Major initiative to improve runway safety...

CANSO agrees actions to transform Air Traffic Management globally

Airport news  •  7 March 2013  •  CANSO

CANSO outlined a comprehensive series of actions to achieve seamless global airspace...

Driving the changes for improved ATM performance

Issue 1 2013  •  18 February 2013  •  

The greatest challenge faced by aviation today is the future. It is a future that is likely to be charact - erised by increasing demand, burgeoning levels of air traffic, mounting congestion, tighter environ - mental constraints, and escalating demands on scarce resources including airspace, land use around airports, and even frequency spectrum.All these have the potential to constrain growth, but all can be managed if the industry pulls together to combine its considerable knowledge and expertise to create innovative solutions and drive value.The realisation of our collective vision requires a collaborative and multidisciplinary approach involving government policy-makers, legislators and regulators; aircraft operators, air navigation service providers and airports; manufacturers and technology solution providers; and standardsetting organisations, all working closely together.


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