Over half of the British public believe the pros of aviation outweigh the cons, but environmental concerns have caused a decrease in this percentage compared to 2018.
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As demand for air travel grows it becomes essential for airports to enhance resilience and runway capacity.
A new border system has lead to reductions in fuel usage, carbon emissions and holding times for arriving aircraft at Gatwick.
NATS and MoD have extended their Future Military Area Radar Service contract to 31 March 2030, ensuring safe collaboration within UK airspace.
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.
Air traffic service provider NATS enabled airlines to save 113,500 tonnes of CO2 emissions in UK airspace during 2018, according to a new report.
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.
As passenger numbers continue to increase, the air traffic management industry is becoming increasingly overwhelmed by capacity limits and how close they are to them. However, improvements in the technology available to air traffic controllers will help to relieve some of these pressures. This In-Depth Focus explores these developments.
12 February 2019 | By NATS and Searidge Technologies
NATS and Searidge are working with airports to combine the latest camera and machine learning technology with airfield and ATM data to solve some universal challenges – from low visibility to stand management.
With an expected 3,000 passengers in it's very first day, the new airport in region of Murcia will begin operations with 12 European routes.
NATS, the UK's leading provider of air traffic control services, is showing its commitment to protecting the environment by switching to renewable gas and electricity sources.
Almost a fifth of people would travel further to fly from a specific airport in order to get better service, it has been revealed by the air traffic services provider, NATS following a nationwide survey.
The reduction equates to more than £30m in enabled annual fuel savings for airlines in the last year and an overall cut of 6.4 per cent in CO2 per flight since 2008, something that equates to 1.5m tonnes of carbon dioxide each year.
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