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ATNS agrees partnership deal with Tanzania

Posted 18 December 2014 · Add Comment

Air Traffic and Navigation Services (ATNS) SOC has concluded a partnership agreement with the Tanzanian Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA).

The signing ceremony took place in the capital of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam.

The agreement is primarily aimed at developing a fruitful partnership in various areas of air navigation services which includes: training; human resource development and exposure programme; communication, navigation and surveillance (CNS) Services relating to CNS systems planning and implementation; engineering maintenance services; professional and specialist services related to CNS/air traffic management (ATM) systems; very small aperture terminal (VSAT) networks; ATM Services; ATM systems planning and implementation; procedure design; airspace design; AIM Services and aeronautical data management among others.

ATNS CEO, Thabani Mthiyane said “Both organisations have agreed on exposure programmes and exchange of expertise on all of the above-mentioned areas of cooperation”.

The spirit of this and other collaborative interactions is to leverage on the collective capabilities and expertise of ATNS’ strategic continental partners, enhancing our mutual aviation systems, processes and personnel skills and by extension, provide for safer skies over the continent as a whole.
 

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