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Tellumat ATM win contract to provide navigation aids at Kilimanjaro International Airport

Posted 28 October 2015 · Add Comment

Tellumat Air Traffic Management has won a contract for the supply, installation and maintenance of navigation aids at Kilimanjaro International Airport.

The contract, awarded by the Tanzanian Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA), also covers the training of airport personnel, performing an audit on numerous classes of equipment, providing a technical helpdesk capability to ensure continuous support and operation of ATM systems and providing an equipment repair service.
 
Managing executive, Bennie Langehoven, explained the need for a repair function: “Air traffic is increasing on the continent – a happy prospect for further growth and prosperity, but with it comes an increasing responsibility to look after the installed base of ground-based air navigation equipment.”
 
Tellumat will also recommend and offer suitable solutions to technology issues, to make sure that the TCAA remains ahead of appropriate technology and its equipment remains serviceable for the entire life cycle.  
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