Frequentis has been selected by SANS to explore how data analytics can be utilised in order to optimise its air traffic management.
National Air Navigation Services Company (NANSC) of Egypt will implement Frequentis’ VCS to enhance the country’s aviation infrastructure.
Bristol Airport (BRS) has commenced work on a six-month refurbishment project for its Air Traffic Control Tower.
Azul has entered into a trial agreement for SITA eWAS and SITA OptiClimb.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority is launching an independent review into the NATS technical issue that occurred on Monday 28 August.
Airways New Zealand Ltd (Airways) has again selected Frequentis' message handling system for the modernisation of its existing network.
Frequentis’ innovative X10 VCS has been selected to enhance airspace communication at YUL Montréal-Trudeau International Airport in Canada.