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Polish-Austrian co-operation in the area of safety of the air traffic control system
The cooperation in the area of safety of the air traffic management - Safety Management System was the main topic of the Polish and Austrian air navigation services management meeting, which took place on Friday 20th March.
Magdalena Jaworska - President of the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency hosted Sommerbauer Heinz, President of Austro Control - Austrian provider. The visit was an exchange of Polish and Austrian ANSPs issues experiences, among others: the requirements of the SES II plus, SESAR, Eurocontrol and EASA role in regulating the activities of ANSPs in Europe and FAB activities. The President of the Austrian provider was acquainted with the ongoing activities and plans of the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency for the coming years.
SOFIAXL Consortium announced at World ATM Congress 2015 in Madrid
The SOFIAXL Consortium will comprise of Indra (Spain) and its subsidiary Avitech (Germany), leading manufacturers of air navigation equipment, and air navigation service providers (ANSPs) of Lithuania (Oro vavigacija), Poland (PANSA) and Ukraine (UkSATSE).
The goal of the Consortium is to provide CS4-AFUAS System and Service for European ATM in response to the tender on the provision of the centralized service on Flexible Use of Airspace for the EUROCONTROL Member States.
Change at the position of the President of the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency
On 11 February 2015, at the request of Maria Wasiak the Minister of Infrastructure and Development, the Priminister Ewa Kopacz entrusted the duties of the President of the Polish Air Navigation Services Agency to Magdalena Jaworska, the former Vice President of PAŻP. Magdalena Jaworska replaced on this position Mr.Krzysztof Kapis.
Magdalena Jaworska specializes in: planning and implementation of the multibillion infrastructure investments, managing institutions that administrate and spend EU funds and budgetary resources and Management of Change.
Ground-breaking alliance to transform Europe’s airspace
The modernisation of European airspace took a major step forward today with the appointment of a unique aviation industry partnership to coordinate and synchronise €3bn worth of upgrades to the continent’s air traffic management infrastructure.
Ground-breaking alliance to transform Europe’s airspace. The modernisation of European airspace took a major step forward today with the appointment of a unique aviation industry partnership to coordinate and synchronise €3bn worth of upgrades to the continent’s air traffic management infrastructure.
The European Commission has tasked the SESAR (Single European Sky ATM Research) Deployment Alliance, an unprecedented cross industry partnership made up of four airline groups, operators of 25 airports and 11 air traffic control providers, to plan and coordinate a wholesale modernisation of European airspace, making it fit for the 21st Century. It has been appointed to the European Commission-mandated role of SESAR Deployment Manager.