March 2, 2015

AirServices Australia Looks to Beef Up ATM with New Partnerships

Juliet Van Wagenen

Airservices Australia air traffic control tower. Photo: Airservices Australia [Avionics Today 03-02-2015] AirServices Australia (ASA) has entered into two new partnerships to improve the country’s Air Traffic Management (ATM). The Australian Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP) signed a framework agreement with Thales to start advanced work on the OneSKY program to modernize the country’s civil and military ATM...

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