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Global Air Traffic Management: How ATM industry collaboration can support recovery

Posted 5 May 2020 · Add Comment

The global pandemic has the aviation sector among others in a continuous reacting mode. Amid all this uncertainty and challenges, how do we strengthen organisational resilience while mapping our road to recovery?

 

The Global Air Traffic Management has planned a series of complimentary webinars dedicated to the air traffic industry for the latest insights and strategies to help lead organisations through the pandemic disruption that will commence on Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM BST.

 

 

What will be discussed in this live session:  

           How increased industry collaboration between ANSPs, airports and airlines can support recovery

           Exploring alternative funding sources for private ANSPs

           Reducing operational costs for airlines and deferring payments

           Looking ahead to Q4 - preparing a contingency plan

 

Confirmed panellists are :

           Jeoffrey Matshoba, Executive ATM/CNS Planning & Standards, ATNS

           Stuart Ratcliffe, Senior Consultant: ATM, ATFM/CDM, Metron Aviation 

           Edson Gomes, ATM/ATFM Business Development, Atech

           Aleksandrs Saveljevs, Aeronautical Services Manager, Passenger Airline

           Attila Simon, Director of Business Development, HungaroControl

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