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Qatar and SESAR agreement of ATM cooperation

Posted 21 December 2017 · Add Comment

Qatar’s Civil Aviation Authority has signed a memorandum of cooperation with Europe’s Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) project to achieve more efficient management of air traffic between the Gulf state and Europe.

It aims to enhance air traffic management modernisation cooperation and develop or harmonise global aviation standards.

The agreement was signed by the chairman of the QCAA Abdullah bin Nasser Turki Al Subaey, (pictured right) and executive director of SESAR, Florian Guillermet.

Al Subaey said the aviation sector in Qatar is significantly growing which is reflected on air traffic services and the efficient use of air space in the country. “Joint cooperation with SESAR will have a positive impact in creating a balance and interoperability among air traffic systems, for the benefit of airlines as well as of travellers,” he said.
 

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