The Asia-Pacific unit of Italy-based ENAV S.p.A. is looking at expanding its management and consultancy services for air traffic control in the region.
“With outstanding expertise in Air Traffic Management operations and services, we are the ideal partner for any air navigation service provider and aviation industry aimed at improving and modernising airspace and airport systems,” Mauro Iannucci, CEO ENAV Asia Pacific says.
ENAV Asia Pacific is currently providing project management and technical services to the Ministry of Transportation of Malaysia and Civil Aviation on the new Kuala Lumpur Air Traffic Control Centre (KL ATCC) at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) and Sabah-Sarawak.
The KL ATCC is one of the biggest control-centres in the world with 24 sectors and state of the art tech, and ENAV Asia Pacific has been assisting the ministry of civil aviation and the Ministry of Transport on the project.
Commenting on the participation at LIMA, Iannucci says, “LIMA is also a very good opportunity for us to interact with customers in the region.”
Also, with the total acquisition of the Air Navigation Division of IDS – Ingegneria dei Sistemi SpA, Italy-based ENAV hopes to augment its Air Traffic Management (ATM) services and technologies portfolio in the non-regulated business.
“The combination of the commercial offerings will enable ENAV to further strengthen its ATM services and technologies portfolio in the non-regulated business and, by enriching our product line-up and expanding our geographical footprint, we will position ourselves as one of the leading international players in the sector. The integration of the activities and personnel of IDS will reinforce the competitiveness and distinctive positioning of ENAV delivering synergies also in its regulated business,” says Iannucci.
The Air Navigation Division is active in the development of software solutions for aeronautical information management and ATM. IDS in one of the leading providers of select ATM products and services world- wide, serving over 100 clients, including ENAV, in Italy, Europe and in extra-European countries.
“The division subject of the transaction provides a comprehensive set of solutions that complement ENAV’s existing offering, in particular in relation to the planning of airspace design, the management of aeronautical information database and other ancillary services,” he adds.
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