NATS receives ‘A List’ acclaim for leadership in environmental transparency and action
06 February 2024
NATS has been recognised as being in the top 2% of companies globally for leadership in corporate transparency and performance on climate change by environmental evaluation company, CDP. NATS has jumped to their highest rating, going from a B rating in 2022 to join CDP’s prestigious ‘A List’ in 2023’s disclosure.
Pioneering air traffic control simulations pave the way for eVTOL operations
11 December 2023
A new generation of greener aviation has taken a leap forward following the UK’s first major air traffic control simulations for Advanced Air Mobility (AAM), demonstrating how eVTOL – electric vertical take-off and landing aircraft or ‘flying taxis’ – could one day be safely integrated with conventional air traffic.
NATS signs airport capacity contract with Saudi Air Navigation Services
21 November 2023
Saudi Air Navigation Services (SANS) and NATS signed an agreement to collaborate on a capacity enhancement study at King Khalid International Airport, as part of the Kingdom’s ambitious growth and development plans.
Eve and NATS Announce Collaboration to Develop Urban Air Mobility Traffic Management Services
14 November 2023
Eve Air Mobility, a company dedicated to accelerating the entire Urban Air Mobility (UAM) ecosystem, and NATS Services, the commercial arm of the UK’s leading provider of air traffic control services, has announced today at the Dubai Airshow a collaborative effort supporting the development of future traffic management services for UAM operators around the world.
Farnborough Airport goes digital with NATS and Searidge Technologies
03 October 2023
Farnborough Airport is to be the first UK airport to adopt a next generation ‘hybrid’ digital control tower working position, as part of a new project with air traffic service provider, NATS and the leading digital tower platform supplier, Searidge Technologies.
NATS statement on flight restrictions at London Gatwick Airport
25 September 2023
We have worked very closely with Gatwick airport throughout. Given the levels of sickness we have experienced over the last few weeks we believe it is the responsible thing to do to limit the number of flights this week in order to reduce the risk of daily disruption to passengers using the airport.