Setting the highest standards in safety and capacity for the most challenging environments
Industry leading engineering integrating people, process and technology
Pioneering techniques in reducing aviation carbon emissions and environmental impacts
The NATS team at Cardiff Airport – air traffic controllers, engineers and support staff – have been preparing for the NATO Conference, to be held at the Celtic Manor Resort in Wales, from 4 to 5 September.
Air traffic controllers at Gatwick Airport handled a total of 906 movements on 29 August, breaking their own world record for air traffic movements in a day from a single runway.
Following the eruption overnight, the Icelandic Met Office has now reduced its aviation warning level near the Bardarbunga volcano to orange.
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.
Discover how we innovate, animate, create and to deliver to increase safety, efficiency and value.
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.
How we integrate people, processes and technology to ensure a smooth ATC operation.
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.