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Air traffic controllers at Gatwick Airport handled a total of 913 movements on 24 July, breaking their own world record for air traffic movements in a single day from one runway.
Air traffic controllers at NATS are gearing up for what will likely be the busiest day of the year as millions of holidaymakers begin their summer getaway.
In June, NATS handled 224,716 flights, which was an increase of 2.5% compared to June 2014. These latest air traffic figures confirm that the number of flights continues to increase on a month by month basis. According to NATS internal [...]
NATS is unlike other Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) in that as well as being responsible for safe and efficient air traffic within our home country, we provide air traffic solutions to customers globally.
Working with airlines, airports, ANSPs and governments in over 30 countries, NATS is providing innovative solutions to aviation’s critical issues.
Our vision of the future of Air Traffic Management – and our role in shaping it.
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We’re the world’s first ATM company to be incentivised on its environmental performance.
We’re now working in over 30 countries delivering effective air traffic solutions.
Our expertise helps airports with ground movements, capacity, airspace and environmental issues.
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So what’s it like being an Air Traffic Controller? Gatwick Controller Laura shares her view.
See 24 hours of air traffic over the Arabian Gulf – one of the busiest regions in the world.