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Bringing together ATM experts to share & learn – BADA Community

Becoming a BADA user means joining a close-knit community of operational experts and researchers from across the entire industry, from air navigation service providers to aircraft manufacturers and R&D bodies. Each year, you’ll be invited to take part in the BADA User...

Improving airspace design and network – FABEC CWEST

FABEC CWEST approached us for assistance in validating improvements to their airspace design network in a very dense and complex core area. Careful planning and preparation Together, we needed to determine whether the FABEC CBAL/CW STEP 2 solution was workable for...

Assessing the feasibility of Time Based Separation – SESAR

As part of a SESAR research and development project, we are working closely with 4 major partners (Vienna, CDG Paris, Copenhagen and Zurich) to implement Time Based Separation. The aim of TBS is to reduce the gap in landing rates with light and strong headwind...

ESCAPE in a demonstration of the world’s first Virtual Centre

Virtual Centres are a means to reduce fragmentation among the ATC systems in Europe and will make operations between ATS units much more flexible. They will allow multiple ATSUs to appear as a single system to airspace users. These improvements will make for...

The 4-flight Human-Machine Interface on our simulator

In the context of the French DSNA’s next generation ATC system, COFLIGHT and 4flight project, the ENAC school in Toulouse entrusted us with the creation of a replica of the 4flight human machine interface for ESCAPE. This will allow the ENAC to deliver the requested...

Implementing ATM concepts and networks with ESCAPE – FAB

Functional Airspace Blocks (FABs) were established to optimise capacity and efficiency in European airspace and facilitate cooperation. Created irrespective of national borders, these blocks involve numerous players, HMIs, flight plans and aircraft for both military...

Implementing a new airport – Istanbul

DHMI Turkey asked us to help validate the implementation of a new airport serving Istanbul from 2018. During the first phase, two parallel runways will have a capacity of 40 arrivals and 40 departures per hour – and by the final phase, 6 runways will carry 150 million...

Implementing Free Routes – AVINOR

AVINOR asked us to confirm their readiness to implement FRA (Free Route Airspace) in Norway in compliance with requirements defined with NEFAB (North European Functional Airspace Block) and NEFRA (North European Free Route Airspace Programme). Replicating different...

Implementing Free Routes – DANUBE FAB

Danube Fab asked us to help determine whether the same levels of safety and performance could be maintained when extending Free Routes from night-time to 24-hour implementation in the Danube Fab airspace. Combining skills, experience and expertise Bringing together 22...