NATS Services supports The Sultanate of Oman in dealing with the growth of its aviation industry
NATS Services has signed a contract with the Sultanate of Oman’s Ministry of Transport to deliver a far-reaching project that will fundamentally redesign its airspace in order to increase capacity, efficiency and safety in the region. The Sultanate of Oman chose NATS Services, the UK aviation solutions provider, based upon its experience, commitment and ability to deliver.
The Middle East continues to buck the global reduction in aircraft movements with an expanding aviation market that sees investment in airports and airspace measured in billions of dollars to provide the capacity needed.
Fergus Cusden, Head of Global Consultancy for NATS Services, comments, “Oman’s growth demands that its airspace is fit for purpose. The expansion within the Middle East requires all of its countries to support one another in developing the airspace and the procedures that govern it. We’re delighted to work with Oman’s DGMAN and we’re looking forward to supporting them with the development of their airspace.”
NATS Services has extensive experience in such projects and has recently won contracts in Dubai, Qatar, Kuwait and Bahrain. Director of International Business John Swift notes, “The Middle East is transforming rapidly. For today’s solutions to work, they need to be designed and implemented with a long term strategy in mind.”
John concludes, “We’re committed to working with our customers here over the long term and in so doing establishing and earning our reputation for delivering solutions to complex issues with projects such as capacity analysis, operational performance summaries, safety audits and airspace/ procedure design.”