Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PANSA)
Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PANSA) is a certified legal entity designated by the Minister of Infrastructure and Development to provide air navigation services within Polish airspace. The aim of PANSA is to provide safe, sustainable and efficient air navigation services, to manage airspace and air traffic flow within FIR Warszawa in conformity with International and Polish Law. The services are tailored in a way to meet the requirements of PANSA’s stakeholders and customers in a measurable and balanced manner and with respect to the Single European Sky objectives set by the European Commission.
In November 2013 PANSA together with nine ANSPs of Central and Eastern Europe signed a strategic co-operation agreement on establishing a regional co-operation platform titled Gate One. The agreement was signed by the ANSPs CEO’s of Austria, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Poland, Lithuania, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia. It was agreed Bosnia and Herzegovina will join Gate One early 2014.
At the end of 2013 PANSA completed the implementation of new air traffic control system for FIR Warszawa – Pegasus_21 ATM System. The new system provided PANSA’s ATCOs one of the most technologically advanced ATM systems available which will enable Polish airspace capacity to be fully optimized.
In addition to its Warsaw ACC/APP/ TWR premises, PANSA provides APP/ TWR services in numerous regional control centres: Katowice, Krakow, Poznan, Gdansk, Zielona Gora, Rzeszow, Bydgoszcz, Szczecin, Wroclaw, Lodz, Modlin, Lublin.
PANSA provides services to approximately 2,000 aircrafts daily and 700,000 annually.
|Number of Towers Operated||13|
|Number of Area Control Centres||1|
|Number of Employees||1,771|
|Number of ATCOs||496|