Airspace 44 – Q1 2019

Airspace Issue 44 celebrates the industry’s commitment to encouraging diversity. This issue features an interview with Roberta Neri, CEO of ENAV, and includes viewpoints from Barbara Dalibard, CEO, SITA, Teri Bristol, Chief Operating Officer, FAA ATO, Joyce Huang, Director, ANWS, Micilia Albertus-Verboom, CEO, DC-ANSP, and Jan Adams, President/CEO, JMA Solutions, on why diversity is so important to the future of the industry.

This issue also considers the importance of developing the ATM workforce and the skills and training initiatives that CANSO Members are pursuing to help to secure the future skill pipeline; including examples from NATSENAIRECzech Air Navigation InstituteAirways New ZealandSaudi Air Navigation ServicesNLRFTEJerezHungaroControlMicro NavESSPST EngineeringLVNLA4F and The MITRE Corporation.

Also in this issue, Airspace asks the industry for their perspective on capacity in aviation, including commentary from Angela Gittens, Director General, ACI World, and Alexandre de Juniac, Director General, IATA. Meanwhile Jan Klas, Chair of CANSO Europe, provides the European ATM perspective.

Providing unique insight into key industry issues, AirMap outlines the necessary steps for effective integration of drones into airspace, Kelly Ann Hicks, Chair of the CANSO Acquisition Excellence Workgroup, examines how to properly evaluate costs and benefits, and the key trends and findings from the Global Air Navigation Services Performance Report 2019 are explored.

Categories: S&I
Regions: Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America and Caribbean
Tags: Airspace Magazine, People, RPAS/UAS, Training

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