French Airport and ATC Technology Trade Association

Our objectives :


the french know-how


on news and projects in the sector


synergy between professionals

Our catalog 2016/2017

The catalog" PROAVIA French Airport & ATC technology"is available here.

French technologies for sustainable airports

A new directory: "French technologies for sustainable airports is now available.

Airport protection

The french catalog  "Airport protection" is available here



The African Utility week is a unique opportunity to meet South African power, water and energy industry major companies. For several years, the South African government has been transforming the country’s energy supply, specifically to reduce its reliance on fossil...
Avinor Air Navigation Services, the biggest Air Navigation Service Provider in Norway, has reappointed Egis aviation, led by Helios, under a five-year framework contract for provision of consultancy and engineering services. Helios will draw upon their safety, human performance...
The World ATM Congress is taking place this week in Madrid. This Congress is the biggest air navigation event that brings together executives and technicians from the sector. 8 of our members are attending and PROAVIA wishes all the best. ADB Safegate Altys...
On February 20th, PROAVIA participated in a business workshop organized by the French DGAC with Japan JCAB , Air Navigation Services Planning Division, Mitsubishi Electronics and JRC company. The purpose of the meeting in which several member companies took part was to assess...
ADB SAFEGATE has agreed to acquire Ultra Airport Systems (AS), the UK headquartered global provider of airport IT systems and data analytics solutions. The transaction will expand ADB SAFEGATE’s expertise and accelerate its transformation into a Total Airport Management (...
Last week, King Mohammed VI inaugurated the newly renovated and modernized Terminal 1 of Casablanca Mohammed V, bringing the airport’s overall capacity to 14 million passengers a year.  This new terminal, operated by ONDA (National Airports Office) and described as...