Airspace 46 – Q3 2019
Airspace Issue 46 provides insight from key players in ATM and in-depth analysis of emerging trends. This issue includes a first interview with the new CANSO Director General and thought-leadership on navigating African skies. In addition, Searidge Technologies and Korn Ferry explain the latest on flexible operations and diversity in aviation. You can also see highlights from the CANSO Global ATM Summit and 23rd AGM, explore the CANSO Award of Excellence in ATM shortlist, and learn more about acquisition excellence, radar technology and true north.
Cover story – Navigating African Skies
- Key challenges in African ATM – Hamza Johari, CANSO Africa Chair and Director General, Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority, outlines the key ATM issues and initiatives in Africa
- Moving to the same rhythm – Emanuel Chaves, Chairman and CEO of Aeroportos de Moçambique, outlines the need for harmonisation in Africa to manage rising demand and environmental challenges.
New CANSO Director General Interview
- Fit for the future of ATM – CANSO Director General, Simon Hocquard, explains how CANSO is fit for the future of ATM.
CANSO Global ATM Summit and AGM
- In pictures – All the action from the CANSO Global ATM Summit and 23rd AGM.
- ATM sucess stories – The six finalists for the CANSO Award of Excellence in ATM each highlight the extraordinary progress being made in air traffic management.
- Diversity by design – Michael Bell, Korn Ferry, explains how global aviation can be taken to new heights through diversity.
- Assessing potential suppliers – Fiona Thompson, Operations Director, Park Air Systems, outlines the right way to carry out a successful supplier assessment.
- An appetite for innovation – Moodie Cheikh, CEO, Searidge Technologies, explains why flexibility is vital for a sustainable, modernised industry.
- Back to the future – Why the rudimentary technology of radar still has an important role to play in maintaining safe skies.
- A network approach –- How a pan-European strategy will help to drive efficiencies and cater for rising demand.
- True stories – NAV CANADA is leading industry efforts to move away from magnetic north to true north, improving safety and saving millions of dollars.
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