Airways New Zealand today announced its interim results for the half-year ending 31 December 2020. The air navigation services provider has recorded a half-year loss of $13.8 million, while safety performance remained strong.
The final of six Airways TotalControl tower simulator sites for Avinor Air Navigation Services in Norway has gone live, concluding a complex eight-month project with an innovative approach to delivery.
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Avinor Air Navigation Services has gone live with Airways International Ltd’s TotalControl simulator at Oslo Airport in Norway this week, after successfully completing remote site acceptance testing (SAT).
Passenger safety will be maintained if proposals currently in discussion went ahead, Airways CEO Graeme Sumner said. “Airways does not compromise on safety, and the proposals we have presented to date are based on this fundamental understanding.
Airways International Ltd is pleased to announce it has been selected by Avinor Air Navigation Services (ANS) to deliver TotalControl simulator systems at six air traffic control units throughout Norway.
Airways is considering withdrawing air traffic services at seven regional aerodromes where there are limited or no commercial flights operating due to Covid-19 travel restrictions. The air navigation services provider has now commenced discussion wit…