Government gives green light to modernised airspace
17 December 2018
NATS warmly welcomes the Government and Civil Aviation Authority’s commitment, set out in today’s announcements, to making best use of technology to better manage today’s air traffic, reduce the impact of noise of local communities and the wider environment, and create capacity for future flights.
Public remain wary of drones as incidents continue to rise
28 November 2018
The British public remain sceptical about the use of drones, according to the latest figures released by the air traffic management service, NATS. Almost 80% of the 1,000 people surveyed by Ipsos MORI as part of NATS’ annual Aviation Index expressed concerns around privacy, while almost three quarters felt drones pose an ongoing safety risk […]
NATS and McLaren Deloitte announce new collaboration
26 November 2018
Relationship will bring F1 technology and data science into the aviation industry NATS, the UK air traffic service, and McLaren Deloitte have today announced a collaboration agreement aimed at transforming how operational decisions are made in the aviation industry. The companies will work together on products that combine the relative expertise of leading organisations; bringing […]
NATS signs partnership agreement with Brisbane Airport Corporation
23 November 2018
NATS, a leading air traffic management company, has entered a new partnership with Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) for a range of airport and air traffic services to support the growth of Brisbane Airport over the next two-and-a-half years.
Enhanced Time Based Separation adds valuable resilience to Heathrow operation
15 November 2018
The use of Time Based Separation (TBS) for London Heathrow arrivals is continuing to deliver major operational improvements, with the latest analysis revealing the added benefits of new tools introduced earlier this year.