French Airport and ATC Technology Trade Association

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French solutions for air safety

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French technologies for sustainable airports

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Airport protection

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A world leader in air and rail mobility, Thales plans to connect flight management systems with air traffic management systems to achieve a 10% reduction in aircraft CO2 emissions by 2023, and is working to make trains smarter and optimise rail traffic to save 30% of their...
 Following the acquisition of the New Zealand company Glidepath and the appointment of Nicolas Breton as Chief Operating Officer, B2A Technology has chosen a new name to address these new challenges and drive its development. See the press release
Riyadh Airports has awarded a contract to Egis and local subsidiary Projacs to deliver project management consultancy services for airside projects at King Khalid International Airport (KKIA). Riyadh Airports manages and operates King Khalid International Airport (KKIA) in...
In April 2020, France Aviation Civile Services and the STAC (Service Technique de l’Aviation Civile, the technical centre of the French civil aviation authority) took part in the All Weather Autonomous Real logistics operations and Demonstrations (AWARD) initiative, led by...
Two aviation innovators are combining technologies to revolutionize both sides of airport ground operations: at the gate, and on the aircraft.  Working together under a recently concluded Memorandum of Understanding, the companies’respective systems will greatly...
France Aviation Civile Service just published a document to assist the National Civil Aviation Authorities in the resumption of activities by recalling the regulatory references that may have been impacted by the COVID-19 crisis. This document consists of guides for the NAA...