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28 April 2014
28. April 2014 Commercial Aircraft

Airbus ProSky Awarded IATA Contract to develop an Asia-Pacific Air Traffic Flow Management strategy

Airbus ProSky has been awarded a contract by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to study and develop recommendations  for Asia Pacific Air Traffic Flow Management (ATFM).  
IATA’s Asia/Pacific Region ATFM study is supported by the ICAO Asia Pacific ATFM Steering Group and the participating States.  With input from the States, the project will collate current and planned ATFM initiatives in the region to establish a baseline view of capability and interoperability. From this baseline, implementation strategies for regional and sub-regional ATFM will be recommended for consideration by the ICAO Asia Pacific ATFM Steering Group and the States.
According to Ken Mclean, IATA’s Regional Director Safety and Flight Operations, Asia Pacific, “The Asia-Pacific region is the world’s largest market for air transport, ahead of Europe and the US.  And it is expected to get larger, accounting for 37% of global traffic by 2017 as compared to 33% in 2012.  With the anticipated traffic growth in the region, it is critical that the aviation infrastructure, including air traffic management, is able to accommodate the demand. This project is an important element to ensure, through collaboration, that the region’s ATM infrastructure is optimized to handle the growing demand while minimizing delays.  Our goal is to develop recommendations for a cohesive and flexible approach for achieving integrated and coordinated ATFM capabilities within the Asia Pacific region”
According to Paul-Franck Bijou, CEO, Airbus ProSky, “IATA is committed to a safe, efficient and sustainable air transport system throughout the APAC region and recognizes the requirement for an APAC specific harmonized ATFM concept of operations. It is the fastest growing aviation sector in the world and Airbus ProSky is pleased to contribute, through this contract, to the development and communication of an implementation strategy for ATFM in the region”. 
Airbus ProSky, the Air Traffic Management (ATM) subsidiary of Airbus, is dedicated to improving the performance of global ATM. Comprised of recognized subject matter experts and offering intelligent ATM solutions, Airbus ProSky works with stakeholders to maximize efficiency, capacity and environmental sustainability.

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