As demand for air travel grows it becomes essential for airports to enhance resilience and runway capacity.
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Intelligent Approach, the air traffic control system that dynamically separates arrivals by time instead of distance, is in the first phase of being deployed at Schiphol to help improve tactical capacity and operational resilience.
Ben Kiff, Managing Director, NATS, Middle East and Asia Pacific (MEAP) details the initiatives NATS are deploying globally – but specifically in APAC – to ensure quality ATM.
Intelligent Approach works by dynamically calculating the optimum time between arriving aircraft based on their type and the prevailing weather conditions.
The same technology NATS used at Heathrow is now being implemented at Toronto Pearson to help improve flight punctuality at the airport.
This paper discusses four critical business benefits to airport stakeholders enabled by A-CDM and the necessary components for a successful implementation.
2 August 2018 | By Leidos
For many, the most stressful part of air travel is waiting at the airport. Crowded terminals, longer queues and wait times for check-in, security, customs, baggage claim, and even taxi queues quickly turn anxious travelers into frustrated passengers.
For many, the most stressful part of air travel is the waiting at the airport. Crowded terminals and longer queues and wait times for check-in, security, customs, baggage claim, and even taxi queues quickly turn anxious travelers into frustrated passengers.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has awarded at $117 million contract to leading science and tech firm Leidos to enhance its air traffic control system.
NATS, the UK’s leading provider of air traffic management services, working with Leidos and Heathrow Airport, has launched the world’s first fully systemised Optimised Runway Delivery (ORD) tool which is set to improve punctuality at the UK’s busiest airport.
ATC/ATM operations are some of the most critical in the airport industry, especially with air capacities reaching their max. This In-Depth Focus explores some smart options available to the traffic control/management industry and the steps some experts are taking towards making valuable changes for future success.
How much do you really know about your passengers and their journey through your airport?
15 January 2018 | By Leidos
Did you know that by 2035, there will be 50% more flights than there are today? Airports around the World are being challenged by the growth in air travel, which is outpacing their ability to expand capacity and meet customer’s high demands.