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World ATM Congress opens in Madrid

Posted 9 March 2016 · Add Comment

The World ATM Congress began yesterday in Madrid, bringing together to discuss, demonstrate and sell means to transform air traffic management (ATM) performance.

Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) and the Air Traffic Control Association (ATCA) have produced the exhibition, which will run until tomorrow.
 
“Deals are made here, MOUs are signed, and the aviation industry moves forward, collaboratively, into the ever-evolving future. World ATM Congress is a bastion for air traffic management decision-makers and aviation innovators from all segments of our industry to learn, share, and connect,” said Peter F. Dumont, president and CEO, ATCA.
 
Ana María Pastor Julián, Spain’s Minister of Transport and Public Works opened the exhibition, which will discuss issues such as airspace capacity, aviation noise, and improving efficiency.
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