Lars Aspelund Faurschou, Head of Airside Support at Copenhagen Airports A/S, explains how an all departments method is the best way to tackle to frequent and sometimes sudden winter weather that impacts Copenhagen Airport.
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For the first time, air traffic controllers now have real-time data on the position of planes anywhere in the world, including previously unsurveilled airspace.
Partnering with Aireon, the IAA has invested in technology which can pinpoint the location of aircraft, making the skies safer.
14 September 2016 | By International Airport Review
The air navigation service provider (ANSP) of Denmark, NAVIAIR, has contracted Comsoft Solutions to complete delivery of Quadrant ADS-B sensors to the country...
10 September 2010 | By CANSO
Air Navigation Service Providers of Norway and Denmark have renewed their service agreements with ARINC Inc...
4 February 2008 | By Morten Dambæk, Director General, Naviair
When in 1716, the Danish Empress Katharina drove up to the top of the Round Tower at Copenhagen’s Trinitatis church in a horse-drawn carriage with her husband Peter the Great, she set a certain precedent in remarkable tower transport operations. But 291 years later the tradition has been maintained, when…